There are many reasons as to why the behaviours of a person with dementia may change.

Slight behaviour changes related to dementia sometimes can go unnoticed. They can come on gradually and be harder to recognise. However, for some they may come on suddenly.

As the dementia progresses the changes to behaviour will be more noticeable. This can be a difficult aspect of living with dementia.

Not only does the brain changes cause the person to think and feel differently, but also their senses are affected. This could mean that something they once loved could now not be so popular.

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