My mom has moderate Alzheimer's disease, she cannot see well because of her glaucoma (a decision she made years ago has caused her glaucoma to make her blind in one eye) and doesn't hear well. I am anxious to hear what household activities I can give mom to do. Right now, she can dry the dishes (when she feels like it) and help fold socks and underwear. She makes her own bed and picks out her own clothes. She is eager to help me, but honestly, it makes more work for me. For example, if she wants to put dishes away, I have to guide her hand to the shelf every time. Then the dementia kicks in and I have to remind her what she's doing. She is still able to understand when I say to her "Mom. if you could see I'd have you do...." It's frustrating for both of us.