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This really made me laugh too whenever this advert comes on (Mum tends to watch the Really and Yesterday channels and its on there a lot) Mum inevitably calls me away from my chores to have a laugh at it with her..... the good thing about dementia is she forgets she's seen it so many times and alway...
I can relate to your posting in so many ways my friend I felt exactly the same after Dad had passed in 2013 and although our situations differ in that I still have my Mum I know I will feel just as you do when the inevitable time comes...... she is my life, rightly or wrongly and everything else pla...
Back in 2003 I too was told that the the 35 hour rule did not include shopping, picking up medications and in fact anything that didn't include my late Dad being with me, I wasn't a member of Carers UK then but a routine check of things in 2005 with Age concern clarified that the information I was g...
We have been bombarded with literature and e mails from our local tory MP along with invites to talks he is giving leading up to the coming election. I have linked this posting into a responding e mail to the aforementioned fellow and underlined that I will respond to his request once he has replied...
Sajehar I have only one word to reply to these postings and that is RESPECT you really are an amazing woman xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
I can relate to a lot in your posting Drummergirl even though my Mum isn't yet at the stage your dear Mum clearly is she is rapidly getting there. Perhaps we should all paste and print this posting and show it to our respective "SOCIAL" Workers and MP's although in my past experience of both it woul...
Sajahar you are most definitely not a failure.................. most of us have a crutch in one thing and another and mine is chocolate when things get so bad I take to the biscuit tin, chocolate basket and anything else sweet, hence I have gained so much weight it really isn't good for my now becom...
Oh my goodness Anne what a truly dreadful situation but one I really do know is for real. Exactly the same scenario as ours a few weeks ago. The state the hospital sent my Mum home in was absolutely dreadful and our GP even said so himself. problem is the really know how to work out which of us real...
I can only speak of our own situation Trish and everything is a battle, not only getting any help that is available but also trying to cope with my own emotions when the lady I love as my Mother is now only the old lady I look after - I love my Mum (as I did my Dad, cared for him post stroke which l...
Welcome to our world Trish...... I too care for my Mum who is 82 and has been diagnosed with Vascular Dementia. My Mum is prone to falls and with each fall she has the condition appears to worsen. I spend every day with Mum but come home mid afternoon leaving her tea fully prepared and my Aunt (who ...