Hallucinations are sensory experiences that seem real but are not, and delusions are highly distorted beliefs not based on reality or reason. People with dementia can become confused and upset about situations or experiences that might not seem real to others.
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Deborah Bier hosts monthly videos that focus on real-life issues for families and health care professionals who care for people with dementia.
She has a master’s in counseling psychology and a doctorate in therapeutic counseling. In addition, Deborah has obtained the following credentials:
Mental Health First Aid – National Council for Behavioral Health