My husband was diagnosed with vascular dementia in 2018.
Since then sometimes he acts normal and you can't tell he has this disease.. sometimes I feel he
is faking but then slowly starts to forget, repeat things and talk a lot about the past.
Sometimes he would walk with his hands behind his back like he is bored, or sometimes stares
at things around the house.
How can one moment he can act normal and a few days later not?
Don't know if this is allowed but just saw a n independent care taker on Quincy buy sell and trade. Sounds experienced
My husband has been diagnosed with vascular dementia last year but won’t stop drinking.
He has to have his three beers a day.
If I don’t buy it (since he doesn’t drive anymore, he will go walking to buy it and
then gets lost on the way back home.
My dad recently had his annual memory test. It went from 25 to 17. My mom can't really explain. Does anyone know what that means?
Is balance part of alzhimers my husband. Seems to. Be having trouble
My mother-in-law has dementia. She is getting so quiet and stands and stares out the window. The only other action she does is look through drawers with no purpose - no goal. Was just wondering if this was common for dementia or not? If anyone else has any history with this sort of situation?
My father is currently in a care home but it's not a memory care unit. They have been absolutely amazing and we truly love it. However, he is in the later stages and we are unable to easily get him to the doctor if needed. We had an ER trip last month and it was pretty evident that we will need to make contingency plans. I'm curious to know if most memory care homes have on-site medical? My mom has signed DNR's but after a conversation with her about my dad, I'm… read more
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