In the past month and a half, I have seen some really big changes in Mom who has moderate/severe Alzheimer's. During the holidays she started having lots of rage, that finally simmered down and we also adjusted her medications. Also around that time, her best friend who lived across the hall in Memory Care passed away. What I have noticed is more confusion, more lethargy, shuffling and pitching forward when standing still. She hasn't actually fallen. She continues to go to the gym to work with her trainer 3 times a week, but the trainer says she's much weaker and tired out more quickly. Her gait and balance are so awkward right now, I would actually be worried about taking her for a walk in the park, which is something we used to do all the time. The head nurse at her Memory Care said we might consider reducing a dosage of one of her anxiety medicine's to see if that helps, so I guess for the most part that's all we can do. In three weeks we have a follow up with the neurologist, so I suppose we might get more info there too. It just seems like such a dramatic physical change to me... Anyone else notice this type of progression, and anyone else find out that it was actually medicine related vs. disease progression? Thanks!