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Alzheimer's Disease & Dementia Board Index
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... I have been mostly lurking for the past week or so. Plus the more experienced ladies have been doing a fine job. Martha, Barbara, Angel Bear, and Barb!!! And all the other caregivers give really good advice too! ... (12 replies)
... sounds like your hands are very full! We bought one of the giant white board calendars, and installed it on the wall near the phone. I write everything in, and erase the days as they pass. ... (12 replies)
... I had one of those huge calendars when the kids were growing up. There just wasn't room on a regfular calendar for the schedules and appointments of 5 people. It hung in the kitchen and was a very handy tool. ... (12 replies)

... Thanks ever so much for all the answers and ideas and stories!!!!! Yall always come thru for me! ... (12 replies)
... It is so hard to put them into care but it must be done. Don't do what we did and wait too long, until something happens that spins their life completely out of control. ... (5 replies)
... developed by Dr. Barry Reisberg, provides caregivers an overview of the stages of cognitive function for those suffering from a primary degenerative dementia such as Alzheimer's disease. It is broken down into 7 different stages. ... (35 replies)
... in for your help! I do not mind when yall tell me what to do. I know it is meant with kindness for me and hope for my parents to be safer and such! Thanks for the "distributor cap" part, name. That may have been what my husband was talking about. I will have to ask him in the am. ... (12 replies)
... I really appreciate all the help, ideas and answers!!! I have read them, but must go to bed now! I have been gone to my parents in the am and a doctor appointment in the pm. Did not get home til late and had to do dinner and such. ... (12 replies)
... Memory loss. One of the most common early signs of dementia is forgetting recently learned information. ... (25 replies)
... Four months ago my grandmother was admitted into a nursing home to await surgery for her hip. About a week before the surgery she started showing signs of dementia, forgetting the date of the surgery, forgetting that I had visited her the day before etc. ... (4 replies)
... m new to this site, and new to the disease. ... (16 replies)
... it is an awful feeling isn't it, i hate it when i see my mums fear of not being able to comphrehend what is hapening to her in situations. ... (9 replies)
... When we convinced my aunt to stop driving, she was in the mild stage and absolutely not fooled by something like the car is still broken or a new rule about mandatory retesting or anything like that. ... (18 replies)
... specified, Alzheimer's Type back in March 2009. By the time she was diagnosed, she was already Stage 4, maybe Stage 5. My dad was caring for her at home...she was still able to do most of her daily routine. ... (9 replies)
Moms forgetting us
May 30, 2006
... It's been awhile since I have visited, read some of your post's and glad to know some of you are doing well and other's are sadly struggling.... I have been very busy and a bit consumed I think. ... (7 replies)
... Welcome to the AD Board. This place saved my life a couple of years ago when I was dealing with my Mom's AD. ... (1 replies)
It's advancing.
Dec 3, 2009
... It has been a long week but today was the first day that we had no tears. ... (56 replies)
How do I go on?
Jan 14, 2009
... this is from another post put out by a wonderful individual named AngelBear. I put it here just for your convenience since you may not understand where the others were trying to have you look. ... (63 replies)
... I'm glad you came here to express your frustration. This is a terible disease. The denial your aunt is in has no relation to her nursing training or experience. She just can't stand it. My sister was exactly the same. ... (8 replies)

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