Dementia is most commonly associated with mental symptoms such as confusion and memory loss. However, it can also cause issues with how seniors move around and interact with the world around them. A senior with dementia-related visual-spatial problems may knock over cups, trip over steps, and even have difficulty with simple tasks such as getting dressed. Like many other dementia-related symptoms, these challenges can be caused by several different factors. These are the five most common causes of visual-spatial problems in dementia you need to watch out for as a family caregiver.