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June 28, 2014


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Kay Capps

Hi Gwen-I know exactly what you are going through with your Mom as I dealt with it with my Dad. At first we tried Dad living with us and that lasted a year before his condition got worse. Then one nursing home after another until one 6 hours away could take him. It was so painful to watch a fun and intelligent man's mind and body deteriorate! Blessings to you and your family as you go through this ordeal! Hugs!! Kay

Claire Ventre

Sending positive thoughts your way and many prayers for your family! I'm exhausted just reading about it. And you still managed to get all those beans put up!! Good for you:)

Cyndi Ferenz

I have always heard the opposite...that it was Dementia that could not be diagnosed until after death. I know it is hard to deal with. I've known several people with or caring for loved ones with Alzheimer's. My niece work at an Alzheimer Care Living Facility.
My hubby's BIL, had early onset Alzheimers a few years after he remarried (after hubby's sister passed away in '90). His new wife had a hard time caring for him...her elderly parents that lived with them, along with her mentally challenged sister. I don't know how she did it. They also had a late-in-life baby and he was 17 y.o. when Oscar passed away. He passed away in 2009, a couple days before my mom passed away. She worked and Oscar retired and raised their son. She didn't really want to be a SAHM, but Oscar loved to be a SAHD and someone had to stay home to care for her parents and sister as well.

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