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Mar 12, 2011
... law has had Alzheimer's for at least 7 years and we do see him declining every once in a while. ... (16 replies)
... years, in which time, I am the only one who admitted he had dementia from the very beginning. This did not increase my popularity in the family, and I have basically been looked at like I was out of my mind, until April. ... (11 replies)
Is this common?
Sep 28, 2008
... have nothing but an opinion, but I have seen three cases of this type behavior. My mother who is progressing very rapidly now hadn't known who I was or my name in over a week. ... (7 replies)

... Pet CT shows indications of early AZ but a well know nuclear radiologist in McKinney Texas says that he thinks not. We have her on tons of supplements and a drug call Cyprenil manufactured in Mexico. ... (15 replies)
... g that he knows it well. He has made some mistakes recently off and on, but nothing major. The problem is his memory loss and his personality changes. We have 2 teenagers and they are bothered by it too. ... (21 replies)
Hospice concerns
Apr 3, 2014
... My late father-in-law died before we wanted to start hospice. So I have no idea what hospice really does for a demented person. What I learned is that taking drugs is not the only way out when the person is too agitated. There is also another way to cope: the caregivers need to be tricky with him and play with his fantasies and thoughts. Sometimes the caregiver needs to say... (17 replies)
... I have posted here a few times regarding my uncle and more recently my aunt. We have successfully had her diagnosed with Alz, and she is actually in a home now. She went willingly, and so far so good minus a couple minor issues of getting along with 1 or 2 other residents. ... (6 replies)
... given that your husband got sick before. You can share help with the paid caregivers. This way she can stay in the same place and you don't need to send her away to a facility. ... (8 replies)
... The Canadian tourists go there as snowbirds so the insurance is for their winter stay. I hope he can stay longer. Also, since it is in Mexico, knowing Spanish helps. ... (7 replies)
... law has severe stage of Alzheimer's. Back in 2007, he forgot about computer and could not use the word processor anymore. He could not use the electric shaver and etc. ... (7 replies)
... next year but not now. The reason is he has started stopped walking. Now he is on the walker and soon in 6 months, he will stop walking and need a wheelchair. He is also very weak and may need 2 people to help him. ... (17 replies)
Jun 14, 2011
... It is like I cannot talk in front of him or behind him anymore. I talked to my husband, not him. I have already tried not to talk to my FIL directly as he gets cynic at times. ... (13 replies)
... She told me she checks and doublechecks the stove. She said she looks for the little red light. Her meds are in a daily box. I bring her xanax, risperdal and ambien daily. ... (33 replies)
... Martha, The smell of coffee seems to make everything just "A O.K." Mmmmmm Have a second cup with me!! (6 replies)
... he has had no sense of smell or taste ever since. But AD was only diagnosed in the last 2 years ... ... (6 replies)
Who are we?
Oct 21, 2009
... I have 2 kids... ... (116 replies)
... I totally agree that hospice is wonderful. My father in law passed away about 2 weeks ago in a hospice facility. You might want to check with hospice and see if they have a hospice facility she can go to. ... (25 replies)
Is it possible?
Jan 14, 2007
... years. He is 92 and still going, just not as fast, and has no alzheimers, just little wrecks in his car!!! ... (13 replies)
... brother in Europe. Basically it is only us and we have no kids. ... (21 replies)
Why am I Here
Mar 16, 2011
... law has been in the nursing home for memory impaired for 7 months now. He thinks he is working in the home. ... (9 replies)

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