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    By name and by nature !

    Sarah, you are indeed creative ! What a hoot, just logged back on now kids in bed and yours was the first post I read. Can't stop laughing, you are a tonic. Bless you and your fabulous sense of...
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    Hi Kevin Have just posted off AA aplication...

    Hi Kevin

    Have just posted off AA aplication for my M in law so understand your concerns about tackling this issue. Can I ask, do you have Power of Attorney for your Dad ? In my understanding if...
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    Hi Tracey I am so sorry that you are now...

    Hi Tracey

    I am so sorry that you are now facing this terrible disease in your personal life now. I'm sure it feels very daunting right now to be facing this with your Mum but I'm sure your...
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    Dear Doe You set a powerful example to us all....

    Dear Doe

    You set a powerful example to us all. May you find the same grace and peace from others in the coming months. Bless you.

    Anniebee
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    Dear Judy How sorry I am that you have lost your...

    Dear Judy
    How sorry I am that you have lost your precious husband at such a young age but what a wonderful and powerful act of awareness he fulfilled towards others who suffer from this disease. I...
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    Poa

    Hi PaulG
    I may be repeating some of what others have alreasy said but having just clarified this myself I just wanted to add a bit. The POA document is a powerful document and I think this is why...
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    sending best wishes

    Hi Piedwarbler
    Just managing to catch up with your thread having only recently joined. I am blown away by your strength and courage, you are an example to us all. I am very sorry your Mum has had...
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    tonic

    Brilliant, just brilliant, the ultimate apology ! Would love to join the 'baddy' gang, sounds like it could be the tonic we all need.

    lol
    anniebee :D:D:D
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    update on financial concerns

    Sometimes, just sometimes, thing do happen in your favour. My husband took himself off to my MILs yesterday to 'talk' with her regarding the management of her bank account. He decided en route to go...
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    deterioration !

    Hi Marie Claire
    I can unfortunately relate to your description of deterioration. My MIL has mixed type dementia (about18 months from diagnosis) and has also lost the ability to put the 'pieces' of...
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    Thank you Jennifer and thank you worried carer....

    Thank you Jennifer and thank you worried carer. This has really helped. Will take immediate action to safeguard against any financial 'dangers'. Thanks again. :)
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    We are in Scotland, POA is registered and bank...

    We are in Scotland, POA is registered and bank has certified copy of it ! Do we have to just take decision to take bank cards from her in order to control accounts ? Can we do this ?
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    That would be exactly what I would hope for , to...

    That would be exactly what I would hope for , to 'become' her on her behalf and act as she would or could. we have however been stopped at every hurdle and had the wording scrutinised resulting on...
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    Found that our actions are very limited re...

    Found that our actions are very limited re finances even with POA so wondering if it all has to be left to chance as doesnt seem the proffered 'control' is any control at all. Thanks anyway, will...
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    Hi Jennifer Husband has POA , both welfare and...

    Hi Jennifer
    Husband has POA , both welfare and financial but have been finding very difficult to intervene even with this. Finances are the main concern just now as have erretic withdrawal patterns...
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    Guardianship - very confused

    Hi all
    Having a bit of a time establishing the pros and cons of guardianship. Had hoped it would make things smoother and less stressful for MIL but seems from some opinions that it may turn out to...
  17. Thread: memantine

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    memantine

    MIL is currently on Sertraline to lower anxiety levels. Her agitation is increasing a bit as dementia progresses so CPN is suggesting Memantine. Does anyone have any experience of this relatively new...
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    condolences

    Hi Boonken
    So sorry for your loss. Hope you find some peace in the coming weeks.
    Luv Anniebee
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    Thanks

    Hi piedwarbler
    No I haven't but will look it up, thank you. :)
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    Thank you

    Hello Nicoise
    Thank you for your advice and best wishes. Will read on with encouragement.:)
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    Newbie

    Hi all
    Just signed up. Looks very helpful. about 18 months on from diagnosis of 'mixed type' dementia with MIL. Fluctuation in state of mind is sometimes unbelievable. Does anyone else find this ?...
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