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Need Info Please
Jun 13, 2010
... You do have your silver platter full Kathy. My best advice is to keep your eyes peeled for possible problems. I am sure it is difficult with a controlling father in law. The fact that they keep their business to themselves is very typical of that generation... ... (9 replies)
... I'm in agreement with your thoughts about the cruise. ... (129 replies)
... ery one of you who have taken some of their, no doubt, precious time to post support for Annyebug. It has helped her immensely and I have noticed a marked change in her that I believe, after having read all 11 pages of this thread, is directly, in part, attributable to all of you. ... (65 replies)

The falls continue
Jan 27, 2010
... My Father in law was in a hospice house recently but I was not very involved in his care and he was only there a week. I do know the family that was involved was pleased with the outcome. ... (44 replies)
... Mother fell at 5 in the morning Saturday morning and really conked her head and split skin at eyebrow on left side. ... (12 replies)
Same old stuff
Apr 20, 2011
... Yes We have a whole family of issues. My mom had heart surgery in 2000, my step father passed away soon after with no warning he was sick. She went into vascular dementia just after . ... (5 replies)
... hat my husband dragged him down to his office and told him that as long as he lives with us I will remain POA and we downloaded another POA form and he signed it in front of a notary. ... (22 replies)
... ell him that your sister wants DPOA and that she's already run your father's finances into the ground. Find out ahead of time if there is any such thing as DPOA in Illionis. It sounds like a ridiculous plan, as if 2 people holding the purse strings could possibly work, so I'll bet it's not allowed under the law. ... (20 replies)
Need Info Please
Jun 13, 2010
... law that is very bad right now living in a assisted home and do not even know who we are anymore. ... (9 replies)
... law feel that there family doc. is not all that good. So how do we or should I say my husband approach his father with all of this, he really needs to get her some help and tested without us over stepping our boundaries. ... (9 replies)
... give Alan the choice when I found out about the pregnancy. Stay with me or leave .. NOW. He chose to stay. He is my soul mate, my best friend, my lover, and the father of our 3 delightfully NORMAL kids. He is everything you could want in a man. ... (10 replies)
... He then decided he had to do a bedside vigil for 2 weeks while his father declined and passed away. ... (39 replies)
New to Board
Feb 6, 2007
... My husband and I are caregivers to his 79 year old mother who has AD and his 86 year old father who because of a fall has been in and out of the hospital for the last 4 months. This means that I have pretty much full care of his Mom right now. ... (6 replies)
Legal help
Oct 8, 2006
... yo community independently, but then he started forgeting where he parked his car and shouting and accusing his neighbors,My brother took him in his home april 2005 and I was taking him to my house for a couple days a week. My father was very demanding and wanted to be waited on hand and foot. ... (10 replies)
Sep 12, 2005
... n feeling well for the last 18 months, and it took this long for anyone to put a name to her condition. Anna is my sister in law, the one who now cares for their 2 month old granddaughter 5 days a week, has leukemia and severe spleen pain, and is tired more easliy than other people, and now has this news to contend with .. ... (14 replies)
... there that prove these cholesterol lowering drugs are more dangerous than we have been told. You should not worry about cholesterol, but arterial plaque! A study in the American Journal of Cardiology proved that the drugs lowered the cholesterol, but they caused arterial plaque to increase by 9. ... (12 replies)
... young for being in a progressed stage of alzheimers. ... (9 replies)
... Hi, we had a budgie when we lived in Zimbabwe ... her name was Blue Girl. Jenny was her actual owner. The Budgie was killed by a thunderstorm .. ... (19 replies)
... I was working on getting my mother and father to go and sign DPOAs and 2 Living Will forms, that my attorney showed me, but as of right now, I have given up!!! My sister is going to work on them, still. ... (14 replies)
... Your father can give you and your siblings the house and land now, continue living there but it be in your names. in some states there's a look back period and that here in NJ is 5 years. if your father lives longer than 5 years, you are all fine. ... (3 replies)

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