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Support group for those providing care for loved ones with dementia to share their concerns and tips for caring for those who are no longer able to function without assistance.
Latest Activity: Apr 26
Started by Caroline L. Mandrusiak Nov 6, 2011.
Hello, I am a parent of a son with emotional disorders and I can certainly empathize with others who cope with family members suffering likewise. My only consolation is that I believe God will soon rid the earth of all illnesses. The Holy Scriptures tell us of his promise to do that at Isaiah chapter 33 verse 24. He says " And no resident will say 'I am sick' " Also, I receive comfort from knowing God cares for me and my 29 year old son and that helps. There is practical help out there for respite care whereby you can get a break. Contact your social services agency. Eldercare.gov and Eldercare.org may have answers for you.
my mom has dementia and we live together her mind is geting worse idk what 2 do so much pain and loss already in our family
Do not know if you are still following this site. I certainly can relate to the situations you are going through with your dad. I am assuming your dad has Alzhimers. Sorry if I am wrong. Sufferers of this disease seem to be much more aware of their decline than those suffering from Frontal Temporal Dementia. My hb thinks there is nothing wrong with him. This is a blessing in many ways.
Anyways, if you wish to talk; please respond.
Take Care, Caroline
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