Kazsuma day ago
I know it's very early days but I've just been taken off Pergolide tablets as they are no longer available and o put on Pramipexole. Pergol...
This heatwave carries dangers, but the warning signs are there!
Simplyhealth_team2 days ago
Are we coming to the end of this heatwave? We certainly hope so, and I imagine our loved ones do too! Although it’s been nice to have some s...
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Daisy553 days ago
Thank you everyone for some great ideas , that really helps xx
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sassy594 days ago
An article I’m sharing from HealthUnlocked posted by 2greys. Hope the link works.
Interesting reading if I’ve...
Daisy554 days ago
Does anyone have any ideas for meals for one , that are easy to prepare . My husband doesn’t eat a meal now , he has to have small snacks . ...
FEEL GOOD FRIDAY
MAS_Nurse5 days ago
Good morning folks,
Here we are again at Friday, don't the weeks go around so quickly? What can you all share with us this week, any high poi...
What is Goin'On
skybluepink6 days ago
What happens if you have no Carer or definitive diagnosis yet suspect because of Function - targetted out of employment 1996 when classic he...
auntsally628 days ago
can anybody help please i am a pensioner claiming my pension my daughter is on mobility high rate can i claim carers allowance as i am looki...
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treading on eggshells
anxiousandexhausted8 days ago
For many years now I have lived with my mother after losing my father to a mental illness. At the time of my father it was hard coping with ...
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Dont become invisible.!
secrets2210 days ago
For me as a carer to my partner/husband,David, who has dementia,and almost no mobility,doubly incontinent and a host of other ailments , its...
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Newbie here!! I am in the US Any more people from US here
daffodil4811 days ago
My hubby is in 3-4 years diagnosis for PSP. He is still able to care for his daily needs albeit very slowly. I am hoping to gain insight and...
Sort of Good Saturday
AliBee111 days ago
I have not been posting for sometime 9but have been reading when I had a chance) as life has been more than slightly manic. We fina...
Feel Good Friday
MAS_Nurse12 days ago
Hi everyone, how are you folks doing?
It’s August already and we’ve come to the end of another busy week, and looking forward to the weekend...
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libertyvictory14 days ago
Hello, just joined. My daughter was in supported housing in a shared house for about 6 months, but the police were called today to remove h...
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New Dementia Charity
KatyHamer14 days ago
Hello, I am trying to identify the potential need for a new charity to support those living with dementia who do not have any close friends ...
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elmacv14 days ago
feel stupid- recently moved house - downsized so been bit traumatic with all excess furniture etc - always been social and got neighbours to...
Daisy5514 days ago
I had to call our Gp in for my husband yesterday , there is a new system now called engage and consult that you fill in online . When he arr...
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Nanna201714 days ago
Hi i recently had spinal surgery on my L4 and L5 discs and still experiencing some pain in my left lower back..was just wondering if anyone ...
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hbbc15 days ago
Hi i am 72 years old and till having a fall a couple of years ago thought i was reasonably fit, i have had a few falls which i put down to m...
How to deal with denial
Callendersgal15 days ago
My brother-in-law is in the very early stages of dementia. So early that in fact he doesn't have a definitive diagnosis yet. He's 82.
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Uzula18 days ago
Hi There, I am my mums full time carer, one of her hands is significantly swollen, she is already on furosemide for legs and feet, does anyo...
MAS_Nurse19 days ago
Hi everyone and welcome to Feel Good Friday. How has your week been? Please share with us any high spots or low ones on this caring communit...
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Fun fun fun and smile
Mollykate22 days ago
Hey if you’re having a good day and it’s fun enjoy.Smile whatever you’ll cheer someone up.
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Some bling with your comfort.
Callendersgal23 days ago
Last Friday I posted in Feel Good Friday that I'd just bought new Skechers (other brands are available folks, as they say on TV), that are c...
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No place for sissies....
Over the weekend I went to a wonderful family party for my sister and brother-in-law’s 60th wedding anniversary. What a great achievement a...
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Can’t see the doctor
Greavesy25 days ago
It’s become so difficult to get a doctor’s appointment now. You ring up and it’s engaged all morning then when you get through you’re told t...
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What can I do to help me have a less stressful life?
Thoms98a month ago
I am a carer for my husband----10 years with Parkinson's Disease--- for the last year I have had all kinds of investigations and no diagnosi...
MAS_Nursea month ago
Well it's Friday again. Yes let's see what ,makes us feel good and have you overcome any thing this week?
I have had several incident...
Good news week.
Boudica1a month ago
The newest member to my tribe arrived early and fast, all mine came that way and my daughter is keeping up the tradition and beat my fastest...
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nowonlythreea month ago
If the person u care for can go to the cinema don't forget the Cea card which allows a carer in free, simply apply online.
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