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@gingerw

@jakedduck1 Leonard I'm sorry to hear about your troubles with your mother. It's always difficult to suddenly be placed into a caregiver mode for one's parents. Like @IndianaScott had mentioned, a full evaluation of your mother both physically and mentally maybe in order here. Sometimes a fall or physical upset tips the scale into a mode for the patient that they are no longer independent and must be cared for completely from then on. The fall may have triggered something mentally with rapid onset of dementia or Alzheimer's. But I'm not a medical professional as you know so it's not my place to make that kind of a diagnosis only a professional can do that. Is there anyone that can come in to spell you for a little bit so you can get some much-needed rest, a friend or relative perhaps?
Ginger

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You may be right Ginger but I hope that’s not the case. I suppose I don’t want accept the possible reality of the situation.
Jake

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