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Thu, Feb 28 9:24am · I badly need your help!! Father refusing to drink water in Caregivers

I appreciate your post and thank you for being so honest. I was greatly encouraged on my path with my sister.

Tue, Feb 26 10:26am · Caring for someone with dementia / Alzheimer's in Caregivers

I use a baby monitor. It’s just audio but I can tell if my sister is up and moving around. It is not expensive and needs zero upkeep or installation. It does not however, connect to my phone. I plug it in at my bedside at night and then carry it with me to whatever room or outside during the daytime. I’ve never run out of battery.

Mon, Feb 11 7:27am · Weary in Caregivers

WOW! I never knew others could treat caregivers so badly. Scott I’m so sorry. And after all you so lovingly did for your wife. You are one of my heroes. My struggles are still with getting used to my sister’s limitations. She is still so mobile after a hip replacement and is a “go-er”. I am a “happy at home” person. Nothing compared with you guys. Most of us just keep on keeping on .

Fri, Jan 11 10:17am · Caring for someone with dementia / Alzheimer's in Caregivers

Welcome aboard. I care for my older sister at our home. It works well for now and my husband is very supportive. My sister listens and does whatever he suggests. Me? Not so much but at least she is here and safe, eats whatever I cook and sleeps like a rock. You will figure out ways to make things easier. Siblings are hard to convince and I can’t count on mine either. There are lots of us on this discussion so ask your questions or solutions or rant any rave. We will understand.

Sep 26, 2018 · Caring for someone with dementia / Alzheimer's in Caregivers

I’m interested in the pedaling thing too.

Jul 8, 2018 · We got the call! in Caregivers

Yay!!! Tim!!

Jul 7, 2018 · We got the call! in Caregivers

Sending prayers up for him.