Hello- Thank you for asking the question here at JustAnswer. I have read what you have written and am happy to respond.
I am sorry to hear about this situation with your husband. I have worked with neuro-psychopsychiatric patients throughout the course of my career and one of the primary goals in management is making sure that the patient is medically stable and that he and the family have proper support systems and stabilization.
It appears that your husband is completely stabilized if he is acting out as your write. This should be able to be accomplished with medication prescribed by your husbands Neurologists. I would call his Neurologist as soon as possible for assistance.
As you are aware, there are many forms of dementia, and I concur from your description that Picks disease is a strong possiblility.
Here it a great website that explains the disease and the intervention approaches.
I trust that this helps and wish you the best.
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