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I didn't think there would come a time when my husband would not appear to be part of Christmas but it has arrived this year. The family will come in rotation over the next few days and it will all go on around him. How do other carers feel?
Daffy? Because I love daffodils and there was already a daffy I was told so I had to be daffy1.
<t>Hello Sajhar<br/> There is an NHS Wheelchair service so that you can have it in the house ready for when you need it. We got one and as I am only 4 years younger than my husband our doctor didn't want me pushing it and so we bought a battery via the internet and put it on and everyone that uses i...
<t>Sajhar<br/> Your post bought a wonderful smile to my face when I was feeling low. You are doing so wonderfully well. Times to remember when as time goes on you are no longer able to do these things. <br/> It doesn't take long for the benefits of the weekend to wear off. It seems so long now since...
<t>Yes, just back from a lovely weekend. As it was near to home, not much travelling to do. It was lovely practicing yoga and taking some sessions. Nothing like this for concentrating the mind and having fun with like minded people. Seeing as I look after my husband now more by instinct, it is diffi...
<t>I went to a meeting when I was right at the beginning of caring and listened to people who had been doing it for 2 or 3 years and how they were amazed that they were still doing it and had come thru it. I think there are few of us who would have believed we could do it but here we are. Many times...
My husband never got the hang of or the idea of how a walking stick could help him either. Music: He has always liked Strauss music and brass band music which are the ones we still put on for him.
<t>Have just read with interest all your posts since mine. Yours dancedintherain of 31st Oct. made me laugh. Everyone I have come into contact with, doctors, specialists, nurses etc., have the stock answer 'everybody is different' which is probably true to some extent which clears them of finding a ...
<t>Oh how I identify with all the posts on this matter.<br/> My husband has dementia which is what came first and parkinsons disease. I am sitting here the carers having brought him down as usual for breakfast and this is the first time he has not responded to breakfast. He has dropped off to sleep ...
<t>My husband has dementia & Parkinsons and as he is not so good at standing & walking now cannot go to the day centres he was going to so carers are now coming in during the day now as well as morning and night. He doesn't communicate and so knowing about hungry or thirsty is one thing but ...