Objective: The study included 100 participants who were caregivers to patients who were diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease within the last year. Method: Participants included 88 females and 12 males who were at least 18 years old. Participants were given versions of the CERAD and the BDS that were modified to be appropriate for caregiver ratings and endorsed the frequency of behavioral changes that occurred within the last month. A new version of the CERAD was developed made up of 29 items that allowed for an online administration. Results: Results of the study suggested that the most frequently observed behavioral changes were behaviors associated with difficulty in emotional regulation. Behavioral changes associated with a distorted sense of reality were also frequently endorsed. Conclusion: While this finding appears to be unique in the literature it is possible that it was due to the assessments being modified and available to be completed online rather than an office setting. Implications for clinical care and future research are discussed.