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... Sorry to hear this has been so fast. ... (1 replies)
... My Mom has Dementia. It started with minor forgetfulness, misplacing thngs, forgetting facts, forgetting what you just told her, repeating the same joke you just heard. ... (6 replies)
Walking
Jan 14, 2012
... awhile ago I posted a question on alz. and their ability to walk or not. I was sure that my mom was losing her ability to walk, for a couple of days there was no way she was getting out of her chair, even to go to the bathroom was a real effort, on both. ... (2 replies)

Moms forgetting us
May 30, 2006
... w just how you feel as my mother mentally "youthened", not knowing me because her Barbara was a small child, then not knowing me at all because she was too young to have children. She dismissed a picture of Dad as "that old man isn't my Shep". Not many months later she was distressed and I asked what was wrong. ... (7 replies)
... iving facility. My mother only lasted 7 months in one because she then started leaving the building at night and that was against their rules. I then moved her to a locked unit for her safety and she didn't even notice she was in a different place. ... (8 replies)
... after 3 requests. It was so helpful to me as my little mother declined with Alzheimer's. She died last September 18 months after forgetting how to walk. It was difficult to watch her lose herself, but she was not preturbed about it much at all. ... (6 replies)
... er off it 2 days ago and we've noticed a huge difference. She is saying sentences, even several sentences in a row, that are more or less making sense. She was to the point where she was forgetting how to walk, and last night she started to run down our driveway. ... (4 replies)
Refusal to walk
Jun 26, 2003
... it happens, but maybe not all at once so it seems like he's able to if he wants to, but maybe this is the best he can still do. ... (7 replies)
... they give them to her, then she asks if she had them. ... (13 replies)
... Mom began to show symptoms of dementia 8 years before she died. I moved in with her to keep an eye on things, but she was still up and around and going to a senior center every day. Then she began to get lost. We lived in a big city and she could no longer go out alone, since she could not find her way back. ... (27 replies)
How do I go on?
Jan 14, 2009
... nother 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)
... while your brother works you'll also really want one for when he's asleep, particularly if your mother is wandering. I'd figure any way you slice it you're going to be paying for a minimum of 12 hours a day, even with him there, if he's going to have any life of his own at all. ... (11 replies)
... as did her mother. she is now in a nursing home since falling and breaking her hip in the Residential home and forgot how to walk while in hospital, and has never sat up straight since. Apparently the anaesthetic could have had adverse affect which is normal. ... (4 replies)
... ive read up on this disease many many times.. everything i read it seems like to me from what im understanding, when they loose the ability to walk they are already in a vegetable state of mind.. ... (9 replies)
How do I go on?
Jan 11, 2009
... Sometimes, our loved one will pass away from another challenge...heart disease, etc....but with Alzheimer's, they simply start forgetting every familiar action their body can do, including eating, swallowing, and breathing. ... (63 replies)
... To give you an idea how fast she is declining, she went from getting up and going to the microwave to heat her own coffee when it got to cold, to forgetting how to use the microwave and saying "Is there a way to hot the coffee? ... (16 replies)
... I will talk to my sister about the guns. My dad, might could get the gun locks off. ... (12 replies)
... You've done well addressing most of the issues families need to deal with when they have a loved one with Alzheimer's. ... (4 replies)
... My concern grew over 18 months during which time she had gone from forgetting to dial a "1" before a long distance phone call, to not knowing how to write a check or deal with the mail, to opening the same Christmas box 3 times in 10 minutes and not knowing my name. ... (12 replies)
... It started as simples as forgetting place names and peoples names. ... (7 replies)




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