Hello, My grandma had a stroke about 1 1/2 years ago that affected her cognitively. She's 82 years old and in great shape physically. She lives by herself and is able to function okay. The stroke has affected her ability to deal with numbers (paying bills, etc) and some other cognitive thinking. She has gotten a lot better with time but we have been noticing that she is hallucinating a lot more lately. She will think that someone is living with her and she has to take care of them. She will get worried because they have not eaten breakfast or lunch and she doesn't know where they are. She will think that my mom or sister spent the night. This is seeming to get worse instead of better like some of her other symptoms are. My mom is usually able to help her understand that she is just imagining this and my grandma realized that she "dreams" people are there. It's just getting frustrating for her because she is having a harder time realizing these people aren't really there. Is there any treatment for this? I have been looking online and am assuming she has vascular dementia. Are there any types of medications that will help her think clearer and stop her hallucinations? I've seen some suggestions for antipsychotics but was hoping that someone with real-life experience with this could give me some advice. It always helps to hear advice from someone who has been in a similar situation! Any input would be appreciated! Thanks!