11. Easily misplacing things
You have been looking for every part of the house and you can locate where you placed your car’s key or phone, then this is a case of dementia or Alzheimer’s. The patient will always have a hard time in finding things you yourself can see. For example, he/she can’t remember where exactly the reading phone is and the exact place to find the remote within the drawer. You will realize that they keep the items just in the exact places they should be kept, but when they start looking for the same items, it becomes tricky to trace them even though you can easily see them. In most cases, such people will start accusing their fellows for taking away their items, which isn’t the case as they have developed the Alzheimer’s disease.