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    I would make sure the food she likes is somehow...

    I would make sure the food she likes is somehow provided (even if it means packed lunch that you make) at the specialist place.

    See how it goes for 3 months, and if it makes any difference to her...
  2. Thread: My Dad

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    sorry to read about your dad's passing.

    sorry to read about your dad's passing.
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    Thinking of you and wishing for a peaceful time....

    Thinking of you and wishing for a peaceful time.

    Was in those circumstances this week last year.
  4. I know other people will be able to advise more...

    I know other people will be able to advise more but there are a couple of factsheets that relate to hallucinations.

    http://www.alzheimers.org.uk/site/scripts/documents_info.php?documentID=1408
    ...
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    Yes, WilliamR is right to say you cannot be...

    Yes, WilliamR is right to say you cannot be forced to pay a top-up.

    If there is a cheaper home available the council can move your loved one to it, but if they are in the cheapest nursing home in...
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    It's just as important for those in later stages...

    It's just as important for those in later stages of dementia. My mum had a safeguarding meeting because she got severely dehydrated at home and none of us realised just how little liquid she had...
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    thinking of you.

    thinking of you.
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    I'm horrified by this suggestion. We still don't...

    I'm horrified by this suggestion. We still don't know enough about ECT to use it on anyone who has a disease of the brain.
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    sorry to read your sad news about your uncle's...

    sorry to read your sad news about your uncle's sudden passing, pied.
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    I wouldn't like that much.

    I wouldn't like that much.
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    sending my condolences to you x

    sending my condolences to you x
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    sending my condolences to you. What a good care...

    sending my condolences to you. What a good care home to look after her so well in her final days. x
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    Glad it went well for you x

    Glad it went well for you x
  14. I am sorry to hear that your mum has had a...

    I am sorry to hear that your mum has had a downturn.

    Somehow, whatever happens, you will manage because you love her and care about her. It might be hard at times, you might think it all...
  15. I'm pretty sure that it's a definite 'no' to...

    I'm pretty sure that it's a definite 'no' to anything retrospectively. I attended a briefing where it was mentioned.
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    It will have been a year this Thursday

    I can't quite believe it is almost a year since my mum died.

    I still feel guilty though I know I have nothing to really feel guilty about because I did many things to try to make her life more...
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    I'm sorry to hear about Tony. Wishing you...

    I'm sorry to hear about Tony. Wishing you strength for tomorrow and for the next few weeks. Keep ignoring the insensitive fools.

    I am glad your granddaughter is there to provide comfort and...
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    my thoughts with you as you remember your lovely...

    my thoughts with you as you remember your lovely lady x
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    I don't think you should care for her full time...

    I don't think you should care for her full time if you would struggle financially. Looking purely in monetary terms, over 5 years of working part time or not working I have lost thousands of pounds...
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    Definitely contact the GP. And talk to Diabetes...

    Definitely contact the GP. And talk to Diabetes UK - see if they can advise. Also the Alz Society helpline might give some pointers too.

    http://www.diabetes.org.uk

    When my dad's diabetes was...
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    What a lovely photo of Dhiren. I can't believe a...

    What a lovely photo of Dhiren. I can't believe a year has passed since then. It feels much more recent. Thoughts with you this afternoon. x
  22. Glad your mum is at peace and that you were with...

    Glad your mum is at peace and that you were with her. Strength and hugs for you for the coming months.
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    I have a bad memory whenever I am clinically...

    I have a bad memory whenever I am clinically depressed. I have patches of my life I have little or no memory of. Normally my memory is reasonable. There are all sorts of other reasons for memory...
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    I am glad you have now got the information you...

    I am glad you have now got the information you need. Please could you advise the rest of us once you've put it into practice.

    My mum was never able to use the bell, the carers knew this, but they...
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    I started a memory book and would talk about that...

    I started a memory book and would talk about that with my mum. It had pictures of her family and her marriage, her work life, what she liked - bingo, wrestling. It was mainly photos with a bit of...
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