25 Signs and Symptoms of Alzheimer's Disease
Trouble planning or problem-solving
As dementia progresses, your loved ones may have trouble concentrating and find that fairly basic activities take them longer to do than before.
In particular, they may struggle to develop and follow a plan, like creating and using a grocery list, following a recipe, or keeping track of monthly bills.
This difficultly is far more pronounced than making the occasional error when balancing a checkbook or forgetting an item on your grocery list.
Next: Misplacing things