Dora is 86-years old. She is widowed with a son and a daughter. She lives alone in her house. She has dementia -- acute onset hallucinations -- they come and go. She usually sees a young woman and child but it doesn't upset her. It typically happens when she is alone. Her son visits daily although Dora says he hardly visits. Rebecca, her nurse, is doing a home visit and reviews her medication to see if recent changes may be causing delirium on top of dementia. She notices that the medications and notes are mixed up with pills that don't match the label. NOTE: Wrong medications at the wrong time can cause delirium.