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Hallucinations in Elderly

Hallucinations in elderly people can be a sign of Alzheimer's disease, dementia or other brain disorders. Medications can also cause them. Hallucinations occur when a person is awake and has false or distorted experiences that to them, are very real. Elderly hallucinations include seeing people who aren't there, hearing voices, seeing lights and patterns or feeling crawling sensations on the skin. This website contains information for caregivers regarding hallucinations in elderly parents.

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