Thank you Jan!
In a way, it's good to know that all cases are different and every day is different. And my goodness it keeps you on your toes - we had our first real laughter yesterday when my 12-year-old daughter found her grandad drying up the washing-up with her best pants!!!! Thank you for...
Thank you both
These replies are really helpful. I think I'll follow your advice!
Thank you for taking the time to reply - I will make sure I do the same when I have some experience under my belt!
Love to you both
Thanks you so much. I can't tell you how much help this forum is. Volunteers like you are real lifesavers to people like me thrust into a new situation and trying to harness all the information I need as each challenge arises.
Can anyone advise me: my father-in-law (newly diagnosed) is staying with us. At his own home, he is normally active (washing-up, helping with the cooking, pottering in the garden etc)
I've been trying to involve him a bit here (shelling peas, washing up a few cups etc) but, although he...
Hi! My father-in-law has been diagnosed with Alzheimers. When we show him a recent photo of his immediate family, he can't recall any of the names (or he gets them muddled with people from his past). My question is: is it good to keep showing him the photo and telling him who the people are, or...