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    Is this normal?

    Thank you all so much. Each of you is helping me enormously. On the relatives front, my aunt has told me categorically that she cannot and will not get involved. When I eventually got POA my mum then cancelled it the next day. After a while of funding her food ourselves (which we couldn't...
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    My mum has dementia

    Hi there You are not alone! I have just joined the forum too and doctor has told me verbally he thinks this is Mum's:) issue and just awaiting test results. I think she has had this for at least three years but got worse after a fall outside when she broke her shoulder and spent three...
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    Is this normal?

    Thanks Katrine. Your reply is a real help. I can't tell you how much! My aunt is elderly herself though not immobile but her relationship with my mother is very up and down as my mum also sadly has a long history of bi-polarism which is controlled by drugs and usually not a problem. However...
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    Is this normal?

    I am really upset. My mum is only 72 and is in early stages of dementia. She lives alone in another part of the UK to me so I cannot get to her easily. I have poa otherwise she would not be able to remain at home as loses cards etc and cannot order in her own food. However she tells her...