I am at a loss. Ernie has been having meltdowns whenever I have to leave him at the hospital to go home. Now he is having meltdowns when I come back. Has anyone else had to deal with this type of situation with your loved one and if so, please share what you did. The nurses have a hard time with him when I’m not there because he keeps getting out of bed to go look for me and setting off the alarm.
My husband in the last week is getting so hard to move around. I am his caregiver and his inability to bend and walk is making it almost impossible for me to get him in and out of bed or even to the couch. Is this the progression and if so how do you handle this?
Deslex writer:......This Monster only grows stronger, but we can slow it down. What easy to do is not see the things we "can still" say while slowing it while we still can understand
We can focus on The End or this moment. That moment has good things, but we need to look....while we still can
The best is time, our only time, we have to build some stronger contacts with those special people in our lifes. I get lots of nice warm feedback with sharing of my feelings .........BOTTOM LINE...Don't… read more
Has anyone on here checked into donating the LO's brain to medical science when they have passed away?
What are the steps? Would you recommend it?
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I bought one for my husband because I can't lift the heavier chairs. It works great except my husband's legs are too long. When he uses the foot rest his knees are in his chest. Is anyone aware of a companion wheelchair that works for tall men. He's not that tall around 5'11". Thanks!
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