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  1. Thread: using an EPA

    by nmintueo
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    As marionq and others said, you can basically...

    As marionq and others said, you can basically organise it however you want.

    There is the possibility that some banks might get funny about letting your mother operate an account if they somehow...
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    Interesting. The person in that case wasn't (it...

    Interesting. The person in that case wasn't (it seems from the article) jailed simply for removing her father from the care home, but for doing so in defiance of a court order ("jailed for contempt...
  3. As Lindy50 posted, a simplified remote control...

    As Lindy50 posted, a simplified remote control for the TV helped for a while.

    See also previous posts, such as:

    Ideas for a simple to use TV...
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    Don't panic. The operative phrase is 'could be'....

    Don't panic. The operative phrase is 'could be'. The solicitor was (or should have been) just warning you of the possibility. He might well have overstated the point.

    Diagnosis does not equate to...
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    The attorney has the right to that information,...

    The attorney has the right to that information, just as the donor him or herself would. Over the phone is a different matter, because how does the DWP know who the caller is?

    Contact them in...
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    Have a look at some previous threads, such as: ...

    Have a look at some previous threads, such as:

    How does general anaesthetic affect dementia?
    http://forum.alzheimers.org.uk/showthread.php?57381

    I agree that if the treatment is going to be...
  7. Thread: Dvla

    by nmintueo
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    I really don't know, but I imagine that over a...

    I really don't know, but I imagine that over a year is longer than the average ...

    DVLA - is this normal?
    http://forum.alzheimers.org.uk/showthread.php?75424

    Can't remember how long it was for...
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    I second that. Has the GP reported the...

    I second that.

    Has the GP reported the diagnosis directly to the DVLA? If not, ask him or her to do that; it is something the doctor ought to do if the patient fails to.

    And remember, the key...
  9. I see you've already done some searching and...

    I see you've already done some searching and found some previous discussion(s). That might be from 2011, though I think the real design challenges -- and, in many cases, the real lack of basic good...
  10. Oh .. I think I misunderstood your question. I...

    Oh .. I think I misunderstood your question. I thought you were wondering about getting a Health and Welfare LPA, but you meant getting a registered copy.

    In that case, my view would be yes, have...
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    Have a look at past discussions -- using Advanced...

    Have a look at past discussions -- using Advanced Search, look for:



    Keyword(s): track*
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    You'll find some comments of interest from users, but they're rather scattered...
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    Lots of people have described this and...

    Lots of people have described this and variations:

    Anyone else come across issues with television?
    http://forum.alzheimers.org.uk/showthread.php?51353

    Confusion between TV and reality...
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    Does he take his key with him? If so, why not...

    Does he take his key with him?

    If so, why not change the lock to one that locks whenever the door is closed, and fit a door closer?
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    Are you thinking of NHS continuing healthcare and...

    Are you thinking of NHS continuing healthcare and NHS funded nursing care? Those are different things:

    NHS Continuing Healthcare...
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    Jeany nailed it for the simplest explanation: ...

    Jeany nailed it for the simplest explanation:


    I think really the term means what it says: cases of Alzheimer's in which the (early) symptoms are different from the usual, or typical pattern...
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    Start with the factsheets here: Legal and...

    Start with the factsheets here:

    Legal and financial information
    http://www.alzheimers.org.uk/site/scripts/documents.php?categoryID=200137

    and try searching the forum for 'power of attorney'...
  18. Well: if the situation arises and you do find...

    Well: if the situation arises and you do find that you agree with their view, then in practice it doesn't really matter that much whether you had the authority to make the decision or not.

    But if...
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    Controlling outgoing calls...

    Controlling outgoing calls
    http://forum.alzheimers.org.uk/showthread.php?55116#post726890
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    Yes, they could. POAs are frequently...

    Yes, they could.

    POAs are frequently discussed on the forums; e.g. here's one from last week:

    POA for health and welfare
    http://forum.alzheimers.org.uk/showthread.php?74639

    I agree with...
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    Have a read of this GMC guidance and see if it's...

    Have a read of this GMC guidance and see if it's any use to you:

    Confidentiality guidance: Sharing information with a patient's partner, carers, relatives or friends...
  22. You could write to instruct your doctor that way...

    You could write to instruct your doctor that way anyway, with or without a form.

    Even better, create a Power of Attorney for Health and Welfare. That's what it's for.



    "In some GP surgeries...
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    No. You can get by without it, but for legal...

    No. You can get by without it, but for legal authority to decide someone's best interests, you need it.



    Yes, as this poster described last month:



    or this:
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    Under 25 and have a parent with dementia?

    Under 25 and have a parent with dementia?
    http://forum.alzheimers.org.uk/showthread.php?74573
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    As the current document appoints you and your...

    As the current document appoints you and your brother as joint attorneys, his refusal to sign is a problem. (Did he change his mind, or what?) The loss of one attorney invalidates a joint power of...
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