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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post Dementia sufferers miss out on council tax refunds

    Dementia sufferers miss out on council tax refunds

    People diagnosed with a severe mental impairment entitled to a 25% discount

    A pensioner who suffers from dementia has won back £7,000 after she was wrongly billed for council tax. The 96-year-old suffered a stroke in 2008, causing dementia-like symptoms such as forgetfulness. People who...
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  • Last stage of Parkinson's and dementia (my dad)

    We've been told my dad is in the last stage of his illness. He's bedridden now and has lost the ability to swallow most of the time , he isn't eating and barley drinks.

    He's in a care home and our doctor spoke to my mum about what care she would like him to receive. She decided to keep...
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  • Deepie
    started a topic 10 things we didn't know last week

    10 things we didn't know last week

    here ---> http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/blogs-maga...nitor-35005472
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  • nightwatch
    started a topic Idiot of a Brother

    Idiot of a Brother

    As most of you know my 93 year old mum is getting to be a bit of a hand full. Last weekend she was taken by my brother and his partner to the local hospital as her knee had swollen up(mums not his partners)
    I knew about her knee last week as she had been to the Drs who had given her some stronger...
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  • julian
    started a topic Banks and Dementia sufferers

    Banks and Dementia sufferers

    I thought the banks were told to help the sufferers of Dementia and their families.

    Well not the case.

    My mother in her eighties has Vascular Dementia (VD) which is caused by a series of small strokes or transient ischaemic attacks (TIA), which cause parts of the brain to die....
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    Last edited by julian; 10th September 2014, 19:20. Reason: Funny characters

  • di30
    started a topic Thinking of DAD Xx <3

    Thinking of DAD Xx <3

    Thinking of my wonderful dad today x

    Lost him years ago today, he just turned 69.

    Loved and Remembered always, such a special man, everyone's friend. xxxxxx
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  • Spent2much
    started a topic My dad is really ill

    My dad is really ill

    He has Parkinson's and he has deteriorated so fast, i can't understand him when he speaks, he can hardly walk, he keeps falling and hurting himself. He is scared to leave the house as it's his comfort zone, he has no go in him and cannot even use his mobile phone or the house phone, he can't do anything...
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    Last edited by Spent2much; 19th August 2016, 09:56.

  • 5corpio
    started a topic Dementia News and Info

    Dementia News and Info

    GPS Tags For Dementia Patients 'Barbaric'

    Elderly campaigners hit out after police buy tracking devices to save time and money searching for pensioners who wander off.

    Elderly care campaigners have branded a police force's decision to buy tracking devices for dementia...
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    Last edited by 5corpio; 15th May 2013, 09:30.

  • Spent2much
    started a topic worried about my dad

    worried about my dad

    He has parkinsons and i think he is getting worse, he has deteriorated so fast over the past year since his diagnosis, its breaking my heart and i cant stop crying .

    His sister died yesterday of cancer and when i went to see him this morning he never seemed upset about it, i wonder if...
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  • di30
    started a topic Simvastatins (40MG) side affects.

    Simvastatins (40MG) side affects.

    Okay as many of you know I was prescribed Simvastatins at 40mg at almost a month ago.

    I have a check up tomorrow about other stuff (women stuff) lol, but am going to bring up about some concerns of mine.

    I recall one some saying about cramps, but cannot remember who.
    ...
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  • Never-In-Doubt
    started a topic Eze-Talk

    Eze-Talk

    Guys

    Need some help for a mate - anyone know anything about this shower?

    --> Eze Talk Telecom | Eze Talk Telecom

    Basically I need the CEO name and anything juicy regards mis-selling and taking contracts out in peoples names without their knowledge.
    ...
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  • cymruambyth
    started a topic Son and elderly father

    Son and elderly father

    This is just a rant because everything is imploding!
    Brief resume of my year......
    Son after a couple of gap years goes to uni to study a foundation science conversion degree. Meets the love of his life who convinces him (probably didn't take much convincing) that his jealousy, immaturity,...
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  • Lloyds TSB pays compensation after lending dementia patient £18,000

    Lloyds TSB pays compensation after lending dementia patient £18,000

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on 9th June 2012 08:05.

    Lloyds TSB has agreed to pay compensation after lending a woman with dementia £18,000 for home improvements. The bank allowed pensioner Jean...
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  • PriorityOne
    started a topic Dementia.... re-claiming care home fees.

    Dementia.... re-claiming care home fees.

    I'm looking into this at the moment re. my mum who spent her final years in a care home with Altzheimer's. Although Mum passed away several years ago, people can still re-claim....

    Around £500 a month from her own money from 2004 (the date from when you can do it apparently.....) until...
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  • 5corpio
    started a topic Dementia - What signs to look for?

    Dementia - What signs to look for?

    [img]http://www.nhs.uk/dementia/PublishingImages/dementia-logo.gif[/img]

    What signs should I look for?

    Dementia is not a single illness but a group of symptoms caused by damage to the brain. The symptoms include:
    • memory loss, such as remembering
    ...
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