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Alzheimer's Disease & Dementia Board Index
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Confused
Dec 13, 2006
... She also did odd things like going out in the middle of the night to find something she thought she had left outside. She put herself in danger by forgetting what the red light and the green light means on street corners ... ... (4 replies)
Caregiver burnout
Oct 10, 2006
... ping Mum occupied for all those hours, when after all, 15 minutes is enough! I have found most people visit for themselves, not necessarily for the AD victim ... forgetting that the AD victim as they progress, haven't got a clue! ... (18 replies)
... scular dementia and she also thinks shes in 'Mexico'. Her hallucinations are little kids with no faces and strangers crawling up the curtains or in the corners of the room, and little animals running around. She also sometimes thinks she's on a big boat but not a ship. ... (2 replies)

... slowing down of relexes, etc., is natural at her age. ... (18 replies)
... t her there 15 min. late, went and paid the water bill, went to the bank where we got the Christmas money and Dad cashed a check that was a dividend or some kind of payout on an IRA, that I don't know anything about. ... (119 replies)
... Mom had been diagnosed with dementia but my Dad came home one day with her and say 'the doctor said your mother has Alz'. ... (16 replies)
A New Stage?
Mar 1, 2006
... Into Her House And Now Have A Wonderful Caregiver Staying With Her Everynight From 6pm Until 8am The Next Day. It Has Been A True Blessing To Finally Have A Bit Of Some 'own' Time Agian. ... (5 replies)
... Barb, do take care of yourSELF too! Get your thyroid medicine sorted out. My friend in Germany has been on it since removal of her thyroid gland due to enlargement ... and it is always a battle to get it 'just right'. ... (7 replies)
Moving Mom
Apr 8, 2005
... Mom's BP is OK, and she said she was satisfied with the new Aide, "Esther." However, The nurse told me later on the phone that Mom had NOT TAKEN any of the 5 pills I laid out for her before leaving for school. ... (54 replies)
... Thanks again for your reply and insight, Deb. I should have clarified, that business about them forgetting the chair alarm was the day before she was discharged from the rehab. ... (10 replies)
... It started as simples as forgetting place names and peoples names. ... (7 replies)
... scary contents in her refrigerator, and forgetting a gazillion things that I finally knew I was stuck being the bad guy. I could not let mom stay home alone. ... (5 replies)
... Yes, she does obsess too and also has perservative behavior. One of her latest is counting, she is trying to count all the windows, all the doors, on her floor. She tries so hard to be productive. ... (5 replies)
... Ah yeah... Vascular Dementia. They are absolutely right about that. They do retain more than those with Alzheimer's. Sometimes only certain parts of the brain are affected. Dad had great insight and could figure out things... his short term memory was just gone. ... (5 replies)
... 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)
... This is my first post in this section and really I am after a bit of advice and reassurance. ... (13 replies)
Tag teamed!!!
Jun 2, 2009
... I'm making light of it but I am sure it was traumatic for you ...and him. ... (26 replies)
Early Onset
Feb 14, 2006
... Well first of all in response to some of your comments, my mom did apply for disability and just got approved last month. Which was good. But doesn't she have to wait till she is 65 to get medicare? ... (36 replies)




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