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Caring my grandfather
Last Post 5/11/2018 1:36 AM by reyjames7. 3 Replies.
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victoria Posts:1
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5/8/2018 5:41 AM
It is hard when your loved one is suffering from a serious illness. It’s hard to see their pain. I love my grandfather very much. My father died when I was 10 years old. Thereafter my grandparents raised me. My grandmother died when I was in college. It is really painful when you lose the person who loves you the most. I have promised to my grandma that I will take care of grandpa under any circumstances. All this time, he had been good to me. A few months ago, I noticed some weird changes in his behavior. He started to have memory problems. He tries hard to convince things while he is talking. He finds it difficult to recognize the common things. He had problems while communicating with people. I tried to help him but he ignores me most of the time. I find it difficult to take care of him. How about appointing a caregiver at home? I was planning to approach a dementia caregiving in Toronto ( https://www.c-care.ca/services/deme...port-care/ ) . Can they be a great support for my grandfather?
reyjames7 Posts:6
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5/11/2018 1:35 AM
Yes, definitely. [url=https://www.alz.org/what-is-dementia.asp]Dementia[/url] is a pathetic disease.
reyjames7 Posts:6
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5/11/2018 1:36 AM
[url="https://www.alz.org/what-is-dementia.asp"]Dementia is a pathetic diseases[/url]
reyjames7 Posts:6
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5/11/2018 1:36 AM
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