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Handling Hallucinations in Alzheimer’s Dementia

Caregiver Training - Hallucinations
A person with dementia can experience hallucinations when the regions of the brain responsible for interpreting sights and sounds are affected. Here are ways to deal with it. (Video)

Hallucinations can transform ordinary everyday experiences into frightening episodes for those who suffer with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.

Watch now as Dr. Linda Ercoli, Director of Geriatric Psychology at the UCLA Semel Institute, explains more.


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August 25, 2023 9:40 pm

I will share this with my husband who is my caregiver. He would appreciate this information. thank you.

Hanna Levi Julian

Hanna Levi Julian

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