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    She's my Mum and I love her.

    We are in such a similar position. I am 99% of the time stressed, worried, forgetful, rattled, wound up and sometimes rude to the other people around me who I love and am struggling to keep normal relationships with. I dont mean to be rude, but Im just so tired all the time, I can not relax at...
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    She's my Mum and I love her.

    Hello My mum is 67 and was officially diagnosed around 3-4 years ago (I cant remember now, my brain is fried too) but even years before she was forgetful and it took a while to get her to go to the memory clinic so I think shes probably had AD for around 6 years. Ill keep my eyes open for...
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    She's my Mum and I love her.

    Hi I have just read your post and can identify with near on all of it. Im new to the forums so have recently been reading some interesting threads that are opening my eyes to this horrid disease... I find that my mum used to have more good days than bad (ie less than 25 panic phone calls a...
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    Struggling with mums dementia

    Hey She gets the high LHA rate but that doesnt cover her rent fully so I have to top it up to pay the landlord monthly.
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    Struggling with mums dementia

    Hi Thanks for the reply, as i type this I have already had around 20 plus phone calls today, she is fixated on the dental appointment she has tomorrow. If its not the dentist is worrying about money, whether I am going round today. She continually forgets I can not answer my phone at work and...
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    Struggling with mums dementia

    Hi I am new to the site so just wanted to post a thread to express a few problems I am experiencin at the moment. My mum (67) has early Alzheimers (although it feels a lot more progressed than that), she was diagnosed over a year ago. Initially I thought caring for her would be fairly...
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    Struggling with mums dementia

    Hi I am new to the site so just wanted to post a thread to express a few problems I am experiencin at the moment. My mum (67) has early Alzheimers (although it feels a lot more progressed than that), she was diagnosed over a year ago. Initially I thought caring for her would be fairly...