I have learnt a lot about the symptoms a pwd can display from this awful illness through this forum but I don't think I have read about anyone experiencing them destructing or moving furniture or furnishings. I can guess why my dad does it - bless him - that furniture/furnishing just looks wrong or wrongly placed in his eyes, so all we do is intervene and then fix back or purchase a new one of whatever it was. We've had minor things like a fruit bowl/crockery placed on the floor by the front door, newspapers precisely placed at a particular angle under internal doors, and his bedclothes stripped and placed down the stairs/hallway (that's a favourite), and bigger things like the pulling out of the house aerial, drawers pulled out and broken, and decorative panels on a wardrobe pulled off and broken. If anyone has had a similar experience of this, what have you done about it (if anything)? My dad was very much a hands-on man back in his day so I was wondering if I bought something bright that he could pull apart, push today, break, (try to) stretch it, and thought about buying him something like stickle bricks, children's building blocks, etc - but some of my family think that he won't even be bothered by them - what do you think?