Dementia With Hallucinations Clinical Trials

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Why do people with dementia get hallucinations?

Hallucinations are more common with Parkinson’s dementia and Lewy body dementia and are caused by changes within the brain, usually in the middle to late stages of dementia. A hallucination is when a person has an experience that is not really happening and whilst it can affect all senses, visual hallucinations are the most common form.

Sign up for the clinical trial Individuals aged 50-90 years who are experiencing hallucinations with any form of dementia are eligible for this trial.

To register your interest in volunteering on the Acadia study and for further information please fill out the form below.