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She is 85.

I think this link will be helpful for you:

https://www.dementia.org.au/about-dementia/what-is-dementia/progression-of-dementia

I'm very sorry you're going through this, just wish I had something more positive to offer. Hugs, it's very hard.
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RoseCurmi Nov 27, 2018
Thank you so much for replying back to me, l will look up the website you emailed me. Hugs back to you.
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What country are you in, Rose?

Your local Alzheimer's charities will all have websites, which will include detailed descriptions of how this horrible disease progresses. Have you noticed any other changes in your mother's behaviour?
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RoseCurmi Nov 27, 2018
Hi I’m in Australia, I have noticed a few things like l took her for a walk around the nursing home and she picked a plant and put it in her mouth and also she puts layers of clothes on. Also when she was home she would throw her clothes out in the garbage bins outside. She would get aggressive with some carers at home but she seems okay with the carers in the nursing home. My mum was very moody even when she didn’t have Dementia.
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