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... Memory loss. One of the most common early signs of dementia is forgetting recently learned information. ... (25 replies)
... My Mother is 75 and has been forgetting a lot. She also has changed, She's just not her self. Mom worries about everything. Repeats herself a lot. ... (17 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)

... My goal this week is to get Hubby to call up and chat with MIL. I think the more he talks with her, as painful as it is, the faster he'll come to grips with her problem. ... (9 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)
... s exactly the same. She could not accept the fact that Mom had dementia, so instead she blamed all Mom's symptoms on me, the one who lived with Mom and took care of her for 5 years. ... (8 replies)
... It is what they do when they chew their food and just "pocket" it in the side of their cheek without swallowing. My mom has started doing it last week.. ... (1 replies)
... eing active in it, but it was heartbreaking and discouraging to read about the everyone's experiences with loved ones who have dementia. I come from a long line of people who think they can "do it in their own". ... (8 replies)
Five weeks later..
Jul 19, 2010
... After 4 weeks of being there she is able to lift herself out of the wheel chair and pivot to another chair or her bed...and back. She has walked but does NOT like to try it. She is afraid and FIGHTS it. ... (23 replies)
My Mom..Dementia
Jan 25, 2010
... lled through then he would give her 6 mos. He then called Hospice. There have been some touch and go times since then. I am full time caregiver with a disability of my own and it sure gets tough. ... (21 replies)
Hi everyone!
Feb 13, 2007
... Well it certainly is one of the snowiest days we've had here this season. I'd say we've gotten at least 10 inches so far and it's nowhere near over yet. ... (1 replies)
... Yep, Deb, if we had a basement down here in Florida my husband would have been cowering in it too! Now mom has decided she no longer needs dinner or company of anyone in the facility. She is going to stay in her apartment and no one will tell her differently!!! Harumph! ... (119 replies)
... My Godmother's Mom just died from complications from AD, which turned out to be obstructed bowels... Just a heads up because it can cause death.:angel: (4 replies)
... I truly thought Dad looked and acted better than he did when I saw him a week ago. Then my daughter visited and immediately said... Papoo doesn't feel good. Her comparison was different from mine. ... (4 replies)
... baseball, you are back with a whole list of question.... ... (16 replies)
... is SUCH a special part of my life, and I guess I'm just looking for some support, guidance, and maybe advice as to what to expect in the future. ... (5 replies)
Hello, new here
Mar 2, 2014
... Again, I must say thank you. Your responses to me here, have been more enlightening and productive for me than most of what I was getting on another message board. ... (13 replies)
Advice please
Dec 28, 2012
... t live with us, but 2 blocks away in the same subdivision, so I saw her multiple times a week. From being a very good sicilian cook with a gourmet kitchen, tons of cookbooks, she went to eating nothing but WW Smartones frozen dinners, canned soup, bagged salad, and occasionally a turkey sandwich. ... (9 replies)
What do i say?
Dec 18, 2010
... This post helped me soooooooooo much. Thank you.....I put it on my desktop to read anytime. I also printed it out. (28 replies)
What do i say?
Dec 15, 2010
... Carol... they are trained to deal with all kinds of behavior and I guarantee your hubby would not be the first if he did have periods of combativeness. Land knows both my parents did. They still love to tell stories about Mom and Dad tag teaming the staff. ... (28 replies)


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