Changing Behavior: Preparing for the Progression of Alzheimer's

Time can pass slowly or quickly. We each have days that fly by, while other days have minutes that seem to stretch into eternity. Behavioral changes related to Alzheimer's can feel the same way.

Some big, some small

Some changes are subtle, like occasionally forgetting words. Others are very in your face: yelling, hitting, throwing things. How do you navigate the changes in behavior over the course of the disease?

In the video below, Megann Czekalaski, BCaBA, gives us some advice on anticipating and monitoring the changes in your loved one's behaviors.

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