1. Our next Q&A session is on the topic of Christmas and dementia.This time we want our Q&A to involve our resident experts, you! Share tips and advice on navigating Christmas here in this thread.

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  1. keegan2

    keegan2 Registered User

    Jan 11, 2015
    190
    Well this is new for me o/h is still sleeping. I know its only 1000 however he always wakes up when my little boy and i wake up, which is usually around 0730. Just checked on him again fast asleep. I know I should not be complaining but I am......
     
  2. balloo

    balloo Registered User

    Sep 21, 2013
    227
    northamptonshire
    my MIL has started to do this and also wanting t go bed at 3 -4 pm i have started to go with the flow as less agitation for her and me ,i just keep checking on her .
     
  3. Shedrech

    Shedrech Volunteer Moderator

    Dec 15, 2012
    8,089
    Yorkshire
    I know what you mean - anything out of the ordinary with dad used to have me on edge until I knew what I was dealing with
    But - maybe this is a good sign that his body and mind are taking time to settle after all - I hope so
    maybe have all his meds and breakfast ready for when he does wake
    fingers crossed
     
  4. 1mindy

    1mindy Registered User

    Jul 21, 2015
    539
    Female
    Shropshire
    Still asleep at 10 just a dream for me. But yes any change puts me on edge too. It seems to me that this az. Is an ever changing thing, but very difficult to deal with even if it does give you a bit longer me/ family time.
     
  5. Jinx

    Jinx Registered User

    Mar 13, 2014
    2,333
    Pontypool
    Hope he has woken up and all OK. You've had quite a few problems with him over the past few days, I wonder if he exhausted himself and was catching up. xxxxx


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