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    Bouts of Severe Confusion

    We give mum as much support as we can. I have to work some days so makes it more difficult. She does get out and about as we have friends who take her out and I am very grateful to them. The confusion normally happens when she is tired in the evenings x x
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    Bouts of Severe Confusion

    Thanks for your responses and I see what you are ssying. I am taking her to the memory clinic tomorrow so will chat with the doctor too.
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    Bouts of Severe Confusion

    I find that an interesting reponse. This is really hard as i have never dealt with anything like this before and of course i want the best for her. Could I have feedback from others as to whether this would be the right approach. I really want to do what is best for her :confused:
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    Stages of Dementia

    My mum has been diagnsed with vascular dementia. Could anyone give me an insight as to ways it progresses?
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    Bouts of Severe Confusion

    Mum lives in sheltered accommodation and has vascular dementia. She has severe bouts of confusion often ringing me to find our where my step father is. He passed away last year. It is almost like the last six months since he passed away dont exist. She went round the building where she lives...
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    Mum has dementia

    Thanks for your response. I think she drops off in front of TV and is confused when she wakes up. She doesnt seem to know where she is and looks for him which leads to agitation as she cant find him. I usually talk things over with her and suggest she goes to bed. Some evenings worse than others.
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    Mum has dementia

    My stepfather passed away last June and since then we have realised how much mum s dementia is affecting her. She was diagnosed a year or so before his death but didnt seem too bad. She also moved a couple of months following his death as she was too vulnerable in the property she was living...