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Sorry not quite ready for that yet as I don't seem to be able to stop crying to see what I'm typingHi Pat
Welcome to talking point. I am sure there will be lots of people along soon who have experienced all sorts of difficulties with their loved ones who have dementia. There is such a wide range of behaviour and so many different kinds of dementia.
I'm sorry you are having a difficult time at the moment but there is lots and lots of support on here and everyone is happy to help.
If you were to tell a little more of your story people might be able to give you some helpful tips xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Thanks for that I'll look into itPat - this is just a thought but if this is an unusual outburst is it possible that the person with dementia has an infection ? Sometimes a urinary infection can cause very strange and unusual behaviour - a great deal of confusion, not knowing where they are or who they are with - if it is quite a sudden turn and not typical it could be an infection.