My wife (now 65) was diagnosed with Alzheimer's 3 years ago and has now progressed to the stage where I have to do just about everything for her. If I help her stand she can then walk several yards with a 4 wheel rollator. However this week she has had 2 falls and several near falls as she seems to forget to walk She is going along normally but then her feet stay on the floor while her body carries on. This happens sometimes if I'm holding her hands to balance her to walk a few steps. She says her feet stick to the ground although I feel that this is just her way of rationalising the fact that her feet didn't move rather than what she felt at the time. "Sticky feet" could indicate NPH but this was ruled out in the initial diagnosis. On Monday we have our regular visit to the dementia nurse who will tell us nothing has changed as my wife's score on the MMSE test is the same as it was 4 years ago when she was driving and organising her own active life. This time I will be pushing to see the consultant to get an MRI scan and get the diagnosis reviewed. To help me build my case can I ask if anyone has any experience of "forgetting to walk"