Managing Challenging Behaviors: Confusion

Amanda Denny

Posted by Amanda Denny on November 16, 2016

As noted in our previous blog posts on managing challenging behaviors, the main underlying cause of symptoms like aggression, anxiety and confusion is the progressive damage to brain cells caused by Alzheimer's disease and related dementias. Certain situations — such as a change in living arrangements, switch in routine or certain infections — can cause symptoms to worsen.

Topics: Challenging Behaviors, Confusion, Sundowning