This is the longest stage of Alzheimer’s. It can last many years — it’s different from person to person. As your Alzheimer’s evolves, your memory will get worse. You’ll have more trouble with language and thinking clearly. You may:

*Not always know family and friends
*Lose track of the day of the week or where you are
*Forget details in your life, like your address, phone number, or where you went to high school or college
*Have trouble putting clothes on in the right order or picking the right clothes
*Jumble words
*Have poor judgment about your health, finances, or safety
*See or hear things that aren’t there
*Suspect people of lying, cheating, or stealing from you
*Be depressed or anxious
*Become angry or violent