Hello, This forum was recommended to me today so I thought I would come by, say Hello and maybe get some advice on my Mom. She is 76 and has been diagnosed with Parkinson's and Lewy Body Dementia For now, she is OK to live at home with people dropping by and checking on her. She can go about most day to day activities quite well, has some memory loss or struggles for words but, so far, not too bad. However, she has what appears to be a mental block when it comes to her medication. Her week's supply is set up for her in separate containers (by day) with differnt colour container for morning, lunch, night-time etc., but she just cannot grasp which is which. For now, someone has been calling her 3 times a day to remind her to take her meds. So, although she is not the woman she used to be, she can still get along at home for now apart from this one road-block.. has anyone any experience with helping people overcome such mental blocks. any suggestions? Thanks for taking the time to read. I will read through other posts on the site and look for some hopeful stories.. they do exist, right?