My mum is in the early stages of dementia. One of her worst problems at the moment is that she cannot see things. Physically her eyesight is not bad. We spent last summer going from optician to doctor to ophthalmologist to optician and all agreed that for her age, her eyesight is reasonable. But still she cannot see a kitchen utensil that is put slightly out of place, and item in a shop that has had a change of packaging, a bookmark that has fallen on the floor. It is really weird and jolly inconvenient. It seems her brain cannot process the information sent from her eyes. Have other people experienced this functional loss of vision in the people they care for? Is there anything that can be done about it? Is there anyway of helping to make things more 'visible'? Thanks!