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Tupelo, I'm also very sorry about what your sister and your family are going through. Dave has given you great...More
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Carol, my dad is doing OK. He had a little scuffle with a fellow resident last month so they moved my dad to...More
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Hi Dr. Judy! I just stumbled upon these forums, and saw this post. Is your book on the Kindle? I think I'm...More
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Early Stages
Wow y'all! It appears that each of you are living what is the beginning of my bad dream. My partner has not...More
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Ruth, Where in PA? I'm in northeast Ohio!!and my husband was a firefighter! Unfortunately, he retired and we...More
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Hello and welcome. IMHO, the center would be a good experience for your husband. However, if he does not...More
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Hi Dave, It's always a pleasure to hear your good cheer! JudyMore
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HI again, Your are really a trooper! The reason why I think that an accurate diagnosis is...More
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I came across your post and wondering if you had follow up. I know its from a couple years ago.
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Hi edv7028, Vascular dementia does not have stages. But, once the brain is weakened from one type...More
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Hi kaamee, Depression, infection and dehydration can show signs of dementia. A physical exam is...More
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Hi, How devoted you are to your loved ones. In fact, you all are primary caregivers - the person...More
My mother who has recently been diagnosed with mild to moderate dementia refuses to acknowledge her condition....More
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My wife eats bananas several times almost every day; and she was diagnosed with Occipital Vascular Dementia in...More
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Momrich, There are medications which involve a skin patch - the Exelon patch. That eases the...More
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Peggy, it's nice of you to make that offer, but the person who posted that hasn't been here in two years. You...More
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Hi, It's always a challenge when someone you love refuses to get medical input. Brainstorm any...More
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Hi, What a situation you have from both sides. The Alzheimer's Assn. is definitely you best bet -...More
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Sure wish someone would un-pin this thread. I've requested that several times, but nothing happens.
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