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Still no word from solicitors re my dad's LPA. I do not have the strength for another confrontation with them but will give them a call later in the week.
My mum seems a little brighter now and her named nurse told me yesterday they were going to make an appointment with the occupational therapist for another short home visit. The last one didnt go that well as initially she refused to leave the assessment home. She did eventually and had a short confused visit home. However, my
A dog is certainly mans' best friend and animals are wonderful companions. I answered someones blog by commenting on the dangers of keeping an animal when a person has Alzheimers. A caring member of the family had suggested getting them a pet. My concern was that the person with Alzheimers was living alone. Not looking ahead at the future could be a problem for the pet. Obviously if someone has the ability to take care of a pet that is marvellous. However, once a person has difficulty living
Updated 01-05-2011 at 05:02 PM by rosaliesal
I am very much of the opinion my father has alzheimers but will not accept it. He has over the last few months become inreasingly confused and repetitive. Both my brother and sister have approached him advising we are a little concerned about his memory loss. Following a call from him in the early hours this morning I visited him to discuss again. He had no idea of the time he called me and again insisted that there is nothing wrong with him. We have been concerned for some time and do not appear
Has been a difficult one, Gary's been very disturbed and up in the night every night. I'm very tired. One day this week when I'd taken a dog out in the afternoon he'd forgotten where I was and had been looking for me, locked me out and went to his room. When I found him he was so angry, flailing arms and shouting. That evening after he'd gone to bed he stormed downstairs while I was watering the garden shouting about the noise I was making (the tv was on, he must have heard it) and I was pretty
well its been a tough weekend so far,
the skip came yesterday, so we started to fill it
some things are easy to throw, old pots & pans etc,towels that have seen better days
drawers that are falling apart as dad refused to spend money doing the upstairs
but then we get to the hard stuff, photos nicnacks silver they got for their 25th
tools, fishing tackle, mirrors books cds dvds etc
the furniture what do we do with them?