I met a woman last week with an amazing story about how she got her husband to attend a local adult day care center. I
Day: September 14, 2017
My 94-y-o mother with Alzheimer's called out to me from the bathroom. When I got to her, she was slumping in the doorway, unable to walk or stand. Her speech was slurred and she had no control over her left side. Asked her to smile, and left side didn't respond. I think it was a TIA. She was fine within 30 minutes and ate dinner. She has a DNR order and prays to die every night. Should I have her evaluated or just monitor her? She has a fear of needles and anything medically invasive.
That is completely up to you! You didn’t do anything wrong by not taking her to the hospital. Honestly, there isn’t much they could’ve done.
What do I do to get him to keep his seat belt on? He takes it off every few minutes, day after day, month after month!
Why does he take it off? Does it bother him, or does he just not know what it is? The first thing you need to