As the disease progresses, screaming, wandering aimlessly, and combative behaviors often appear. The person in the later stage of Alzheimer's disease is no longer able to find his way from one point to another. He often is disoriented as to time and place. His ability to recognize people becomes impaired, and he may mistake a caregiver for a family member. Fine motor skills, such as the ability to write or manipulate objects, are lost. The person now needs help with eating, getting dressed, and toileting.


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