To start, you need to ask yourself is the problem a result of dementia, or is it a problem of the underlying personality that existed before a diagnosis of Alzheimer's or another type of dementia?
By Bob DeMarco
Alzheimer's Reading Room
The most common of course is repetitive questions, and then to problems like the inability to get a person living with dementia to take a shower, or to take their medication.
The list of common problems we face as caregivers that fall loosely into the categories of mood, cooperation, and behavior are quite long.
What to do?