Common symptoms of mild Alzheimer’s are forgetfulness, mood swings and speech problems.
Moderate symptoms – disorientation, difficulty performing spatial tasks, problems with eyesight, hallucinations, delusions, obsessive or repetitive behavior, a belief that you have done or experienced something that never happened, disturbed sleep, incontinence or bowel incontinence.
A severe symptom – really disorientated and is likely to experience hallucinations and delusions. Also they may experience dysphagia (difficulty swallowing), difficulty changing position or moving from place to place without assistance, weight loss or a loss of appetite, increased vulnerability to infection and suffer complete loss of short-term and long-term memory.