My mother has been diagnosed as having moderate Alzheimer's. Here are some of the doctor's comments in his report: 1. "is an 83 year old woman with moderate Alzheimer's disease and behavioural disturbances including auditory hallucinations and associated agitation." 2. "I do not believe she could learn to use a Life Line reliably." 3. "She new the correct date but not the day of the month. Similarly, while she knew the correct year she did not know the correct season." 4. "There was no evidence of psychomotor agitation or retardation." 5. "She was only able to recall two out of three objects after three minutes. 6. "Concentration was mildly impaired. she had a lot of difficulties with constructional praxis and writing. Word list generation was dramatically reduced." 7. " She demonstrated ideomotor dyspraxia using body parts as objects and could not correct." 8. "She scored 17 out of 30 on a formal Mini-Mental State Examination." This report is two months old and there are some legal documents for here to sign. She seems good at times and there are times when she is confused & disoriented and claims she hears voices in the walls. I am trying to decide if I should trust her to sign or have her retested for competency at this time. Your opinion would be of great help.