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... My mother was diagnosed with alzheimers several years ago. She went into assisted living four years ago, after falling at home alone, we moved her into a nursing home this past March because of wandering outside of facility without staff's knowledge. ... (5 replies)
... My dad was diagnosed with Alzheimers 10 yrs ago, and he was in stage 1. He is now 84 as of Dec. 2012. He is in stage 7A from what I can gather. ... (3 replies)
... passed away. He had taken early retirement and moved in with her in the house my Grandfather built her when they married in 1929. ... (7 replies)

... I'm planning a trip to east central Wisconsin after dad returns. I'm taking him to see his brother. He's been wanting to go there for a while. His brother has alzheimers too but isn't as advanced as dad. And then sometime before Christmas, I'll take dad to see his sister. I think she may be the next one diagnosed with alzheimers. ... (26 replies)
... Glad to hear you'll check with an elder lawyer. You'd get to keep your house since you're living in it, and still quality for Medicaid. ... (17 replies)
... I am way behind in catching up with everyone and everything. But saw this post and had to jump in. I am so sorry things haven't settled a little bit for you. ... (20 replies)
... We used home health care for a few years, to supplement a day care center. We kept DH home as long as it made sense. This kept him in familiar surroundings, with his usual routines. ... (39 replies)
... am and I am up with an aching knee. ... (20 replies)
... Glad you found us just hate that you are in this journey with us. I do hope your knee is recovering nicely. ... (20 replies)
... I haven't posted in a while, but am desperate for some input. Mom is 70 and is in her 2nd year of diagnosed demential with Alzheimers as far as we know. ... (3 replies)
... I remember her smiling face and how very sweet she was during her dementia years. Also, thanks to my grief counselor, I remember how much she tried to stay here with her daughters and how exhausted I was in the end. Grief is terrible and its hard work. ... (13 replies)
... ars. She was told she had Alz but within minutes told us she was fine and didn't remember the visit at all. To this day she still thinks there is nothing wrong with her. She was not happy at home. ... (5 replies)
... at there is NO GUILT allowed here. You have done everything possible for your Mom. I lost my father to vascular dementia and my mother followed him 5 weeks later with Alzheimers. So I have already gone through this. ... (9 replies)
Mom has Alzheimers
Sep 29, 2007
... thing I love about this forum is there are those that has been where I have to go and have wise words to share. I am only through one more phase of this journey with Mom and Dad and know you will all be helpful in the future. ... (10 replies)
... but things have really been going downhill very fast the past two months. If anyone can provide some information I would be grateful. I spent this past weekend with my parents. I am an only child, well I didn't start out that way. ... (7 replies)
... I am sorry that your father keeps falling and hurting himself. Does the ER tell him or you what made him pass out? ... (6 replies)
... My 81 year old Mom was diagnosed with AD about 3 years ago. Her memory is about nonexsistent. She has myclonic jerking on her right side. ... (8 replies)
... I don't know if it's my mominlaw can't remember due to Alzheimers or what, but she acts so mean about it! She says I'm faking it, I'm doing it for attention, etc. ... (11 replies)
... and that I was going to get a toupee' with a pony tail.. I was just trying to get a reaction out of her. She laughed a good 5 minutes and said "you're funny" in a sarcastic way. It was sooo cool. ... (8 replies)
... Question: Besides the Alzheimers,' other problems might be present. Are they giving her seroquel or another anti-psychotic medication? When my father was in the nursing home, they were giving seroquel, and he fell a lot; then I discovered that dizziness is one of the side-effects of the drug. After I brought him home, anytime I had to give him seroquel he fell--every... (3 replies)


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