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Alzheimer's hallucinations

A hallucination is a false perception of objects or events involving the senses. When individuals with Alzheimer’s disease have a hallucination, they see, hear, smell, taste or feel something that isn’t there. Losing grip of reality can be extremely frustrating - even traumatic - for elders and their caregivers.

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