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Oct 21, 2011
... My FIL stopped knowing that he needs to eat last year. At first we gave him babyfood and Ensure. He seemed to take it OK. He has no side effects. The person with dementia loves sweet food so Ensure should help. ... (4 replies)
... I am sorry your grandpa is sick with dementia. ... (7 replies)
... Hate you needed to find us but glad you did. We have all struggled with this disease. Some for a short time and some for a long times. I know the members of this board pulled me through some difficult times! ... (14 replies)

... From the symptoms you describe it appears that your Mom could be suffering from some form of demetia. It could also be caused by other medication condition that are reversible. That is why you need a diagnosis. You need to check out all other possible causes before you decided it is dementia. ... (17 replies)
... Does it show immediate significant increase in bone density that will help my Mother prevent bone fractures she might get this week or this month? ... (6 replies)
... I believe we have said many times here that your grandpa needs professional help. ... (9 replies)
... letter instead of typing the first letter of the word and then have to fix it. I seem to forget more so lately in forgetting to feed my dog. I will cook her dog food so she can chew it easier but forget it in the micro wave. It makes me feel bad. ... (33 replies)
... Thank you for your experience Jane. It is helpful to know of other experiences. But we need to remember that each experience is unique. My Dad's decline took 6 months. My grand mother's started with a stroke and took over a year to reach the end. ... (32 replies)
... If she is really in end stage, I would suggest that hospice is good for her. Hospice doesn't mean she will be dead soon or anything. It is comfort care only and she may get out of hospice in 6 months and etc. ... (3 replies)
... maybe" early dementia is a bit too vague given what you have described, but if she passed the memory test then I suppose that is the reason the doctors said it. ... (8 replies)
... This was timely to me, since one of my DH's daughters got married last weekend. We went to the wedding, and I made sure that DH was comfortable for the ceremony. ... (6 replies)
... My MIL was diagnosed with dementia. ... (7 replies)
... It is a difficult journey that you have chosen for yourself YankeeGirl. It is not easy to care for a loved one with dementia. What a wonderful grand daughter you are for taking on this responsibility. ... (3 replies)
... who have a father in a skilled care facility with Dementia. We are all fairly new at dealing with this and as I am very close to the family I thought I would try to find some experienced advice online for them. ... (5 replies)
Hello All
Jun 12, 2013
... or cane. Owning them doesn't solve anything... and they tend to forget to use them. Vanity is also a huge problem. It says "old" and they don't see themselves that way. There is another problem with walkers in particular. They can become more of a hazard than a benefit unless used correctly. ... (8 replies)
... My 85 year old mother has been diagnosed within the past six months with "dementia, probably Alzheimers". ... (5 replies)
... call... it would help to know what stage of the disease your loved one is in now. ... (1 replies)
... Doctor appointment for his grandpa, or I walk out. Being the go getter that I usually am, I had already set up an appt for a Geriatric Assessment. My fiance agreed to go along with the plan. ... (9 replies)
Confused and Sad
Oct 8, 2011
... I am sorry that your Mom is sicker and needs hospice. Even though she was not diagnosed with dementia earlier, now it does not matter because the doctor recognized that it is end stage for dementia. ... (13 replies)
Feb 4, 2012
... Helen... I assume this is your first Alzheimer's care job. All that you described is typical and normal for this disease. The Alzheimer's has taken away her short term memory. Her ability to think and reason as we do. ... (4 replies)

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