People who develop Alzheimer's will often show difficulties with planning. This will often affect their capacity to develop and follow a certain plan. In many cases, this manifests itself in social events such as birthdays or other similar meetings. Moreover, people who have Alzheimer's will usually have difficulties with numbers, making it difficult to visualize calendars and dates. When paying bills, patients may often forget the due date, making it difficult to keep track of different payments. Moreover, doing things they did earlier will be more challenging, like balancing a checkbook. Keeping a written agenda may be helpful.
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