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Howlyncat
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   Posted 3/25/2007 12:36 PM (GMT -7)   
 A while back we had a long thread on Hobbies and crafts  that were easy to do and get your loved one involved in
 
 Try getting them to do simple things and enjoy the time spent together whilst doing so
 
 My Dad likes to garden and fish ........I do both with him and in the winter we always go to " Wednesday Market together
 
His most Fav thing to do is yard sales he will want to go to every one there is and he ( with mine help and Cait's) does quite well on the Town Wide yard sales .........it gives him a purpose and a feeling of Accomplishment ....He usually has us sorting thru and pricing things in about 3 weeks to a month yet the Town Wides are not til June .........lol
 
AHHH well ya gotta laugh and make memories while they are still here and able ........
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   Posted 3/26/2007 2:02 PM (GMT -7)   
Try things just to see how they react
You wont know til ya give it a shot
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   Posted 3/27/2007 3:15 PM (GMT -7)   
They need not be really difficult or messy just try something like paint by numbers if they like that or try other easy crafts
Can get books from store in HW resources I am sure
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   Posted 4/1/2007 3:44 AM (GMT -7)   
My nan loves going to bingo, even though she askes every 5 minutes 'what number was that??' lol. And she loves playing cards, when we was younger me and my cousins used to play with her for hours, we used to play for money lol, parents would go mad. Its a shame, all the cousins have drifted away, not much fun with just me and nan anymore, but i try. Nowadays i think shed rather sit and read a book tbh, even though shes read it 5 times already, bless.
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   Posted 4/1/2007 12:37 PM (GMT -7)   
YOU are doing great with your Nan
I am so proud of you for all you do for her and you need to be proud as well

I dont think it hurts to re read books..I do it all the time .lol and I dont have this DD
Keep up the great job you are doing and yes you truly are a " Lil Angel"

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   Posted 4/4/2007 11:05 AM (GMT -7)   
If doing colored eggs or easy crafts ( thread on anxiety forum) if your loved one is able get them involved as well
Happy hearts are a great thing to have and to share
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   Posted 4/13/2007 2:45 PM (GMT -7)   
How are you making out LIL Angel
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   Posted 4/14/2007 10:27 AM (GMT -7)   
My Mom is recovering from major surgery and has had the beginnings of Alzheimer's symptoms even before the surgery. Her physical health from the surgery is much better but she is quite weak and her dementia and her personality have changed drastically.
She is often scared, claims she is trapped in her chair, and that she doesn't know what to do or how to do anything. Other days she is cooperative, smiles a bit, and wants to do her therapy so she can go home. Is in skilled care facility now. Can't walk on her own well -- even with walker and needs assistance with most tasks that involve movement.
Our struggle is to find ways to keep her spirits up, resolve some of her control issues -- she thinks she can't do anything because she might drop things and not be able to pick them up. Mentioned wanting to do puzzles but is afraid of losing pieces, wants someone there to help her all of the time.

I'm worried about Dad who comes at her every beckon and call, rubs her legs as they cramp (restless legs) and tries to help but nothing makes her happy. He is sad and I'm afraid he is going to be sick too.

Are there some simple activities that we can distract her with or get her interested in?
Is there some little tray with pockets that we can drape over her recliner so she doesn't lose things as easily and has a little work surface?

Does it sound like we are desperate? This is all new to us. We've never seen our Mom so fearful, demanding and cranky. We want to cheer her up and help her not be so fearful.
I'm sure you may have covered these ideas before in your forum-- but I'm new to this website and could use help.
Thanks so much. Lynda

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   Posted 4/14/2007 2:37 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi Lynda
Welcome
yes you can go to a craft store or a cooking store and find those plasic Bibbies you are talking about
I think they are great to have and they have some that you can put over her like an apron kind of thing

I know it is hard with all you are going thru and I imagine the sedation from OP has caused more problems then she had before

What meds is she on

Your dad needs to take some "me" time and she will be just fine
U or others can step in and do what he does as well .....

I hope you have read some of other threads as they have basically got all the answers you may need
Please post again and let me know how things are going

God Bless

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   Posted 4/18/2007 7:17 AM (GMT -7)   
Respite Care is also a great thing she can go for just the day do things with other seniors like play cards .....bingo ect..........
Just a few ideas
Be well hun
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   Posted 4/23/2007 4:01 PM (GMT -7)   
Go out into the gardens if they like that kinda stuff my dad will spend all day out in his gardens telling me and showing me how to do this and that lol
I love that time out there together
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   Posted 5/2/2007 4:56 AM (GMT -7)   
IF the weather is beautiful .....take loved ones out for fresh air and to see the beauty in the world the changes from their youth
You know they are not all there but you can still show them the nature and wonders of it
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   Posted 5/9/2007 3:57 PM (GMT -7)   
Took Dad to Wednesday market had a blast together

Come home to some good but darn sad news .....in Moms thread
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   Posted 5/24/2007 10:47 AM (GMT -7)   
Why do I always feel like I am a talking to self ...lol

Dad has me on the "Yard Sale" lookout
He loves bartering or "thinking he is getting a deal ......

OH how I love that man
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   Posted 5/24/2007 11:58 AM (GMT -7)   
LOL Lyn!!

When this string has enough ideas (from everyone) you can take all the good stuff and put it in a seperate string so it is easy to refer too. I think it is a GREAT topic.

Things Dad and I used to do together:

Those tiny jig-saw PUZZLES (4 x 4). Dad couldn't do too much of it, but I would make clicking noises as the pieces went in and he loved it. I'd move the piece along and make a shhhhhh sound and then a click sound when it went into place. After the puzzle was complete, dad loved to "grout" it with glue. I spread out a big sheet of waxed paper and place the puzzle on top. Then use a nice flate cake decorating spatula and pour glue on the puzzle and he'd carefully spread the glue. It looks really foggy with the wet glue on it, but as it dries, the puzzle appears clear and shiny. Dad loved to watch it change too. Then we'd hang it proudly on the "craft wall".

BALLOONS . . . blow up a balloon and just bounce it up in the air a few times. Eventually bounce it to your loved one and they might instinctively bounce it back. This was the only activity that dad could participate in at the end, but he really enjoyed it.

DANCE . . . turn on some music and just jive around the room. Amazing how they'll follow you around. Good exercise for both the caretaker and the patient. This could pop dad out of a frustrating episode.

PAINT . . . I bought small wooden objects (cars, horses, boxes) and we'd paint them with tempra paint. I used a lot of waxed paper under the work to make clean-up a breeze. If you spray them with gloss or semi-gloss clear coat . . . even the sloppy ones look good. We did some that could be used for tree ornaments at Christmas.

BUBBLES . . . fun for all!!!

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   Posted 5/24/2007 12:41 PM (GMT -7)   
THANK YOU SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MUCH SIS
oh how you are missed here
I have been needing a " cup o Rosies Special Tea lately .....IV back in and blown out with sores
Having dad checked for Cancer hun he is and has that lok it is so bloody darn sad .......yet I know he is okay with it I believe he knows ......fighting me with ALL he hjas about going to docs lol lil beggar

How yopu doing and how is your wonderful Mom sis
Post again when you can you always brighten my days


Send that tea will ya
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   Posted 5/25/2007 9:00 PM (GMT -7)   
A whole pitcher of tea coming up!!! do you want iced or hot???? I'm sending both . . . lots for everyone!! Some yummy homemade cookies to go with it too! OH and have some my yummy little sandwiches!! Tea for everyone!!

OH sis, I'm so sorry you are still having such a hard time medically . . . it doesn' seem fare, but there is great joy in knowing that God is always in charge even when we can't see it. I can't wait to see all He has accomplished through you sis . . . I know you are precious to Him. Good old Job!! I hated that book until I went back and read it carefully . . . such a fine ending and God even rid him of his awefull wife!! LOL Anyway, you remind me of Job sis. Hang in there!!

I hope you'll give your Dad a big hug from Rosie!! He is such a character. They sure can be stuborn. Oh dear, I hope he doesn't have cancer along with all his heartache. I guess each day brings him one day closer to being with his sweetie. My forget-me-nots are blooming and I was thinking of you and another gal here named "forget me not". Those tiny blue flowers persisted through our dry, dry sping. . . just like you.

I'll be back again soon. My son, Jason, is running the Chicago Marathon in October. He signed up with the Lupus Foundation and has a web-site where people can donate dirctly to Lupus. I was SO touched that he and his wife thought to do that . . . I'll keep you posted on that.

You are a shiny star sis . . . tired and hurting, but very shiny. Thanks for all you do here.

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   Posted 5/26/2007 12:28 PM (GMT -7)   
HI my sweet sis just munching on your lil sandwiches and drinking your delicious tea
NO one makes it like my Rosie

God Bless your son and DIL for doing this please email me the addy ok or site I would love to help

My dad is a hoot and yes I believe it is C he has the pallour and the smell ya know
I remember that so well from the home I had

Have told him we are "going out Tuesday" and we are but going to my family doc and he is being put thru gamut of testing
He is at  143 lbs so has lost 40 lbs in a few months yet he is constantly eating
Says he feels dizzy and "just not right ya know hun" to me all the time ......
Has pics of all his old friends and family all around him
Sad so sad........
He showed us a pic and said well thats you when you were younger......it was mom...


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   Posted 5/29/2007 6:44 PM (GMT -7)   
Oh Lyn, how sad. It must be very difficult to see him wasting away like that. *** brrrrr**** got a shiver.

If Tuesday was today . . . let me know how things went.

The web site for the marathon is "firstgiving. com/ schedler". I put some spaces in there so it won't be clickable. Don't want to break the forum rules and I'm about to ask Peter if I can post it.

Thanks for always being here sis. You are such a blessing here. I know that lots of people come here and never post, but they ARE BLESSED by your input.

Hugs and blessings!
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   Posted 5/30/2007 3:02 PM (GMT -7)   
Thanks so much sis
I wont know all of the test results till Friday

Dad has even said he is scared for the doc to tell him he would rather live w/o knowing what is going on .......

Great news to add Cait got chosen as the Valedictorian for her school
What an adaveture this ahs been for her and this here proud MOM

I have that wrote down and I am sure Peter will approve am going to look at it tomrrow
Had dad to the market today
Ironically he called me while I was on the phone with Normalsnofun this am when he called about 6 or just after to reming me
LOL that today was market day

God Bless our loved ones
.......How is your sweet Mom doing and how are you doing as well sis
Be good to self and thanks for your unended support it is more appl ever know
Your words of caring and love to plod on here has made my day
Thanks so much
Luvs ya.......drinking that tea sis

God BLess
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   Posted 5/31/2007 12:37 PM (GMT -7)   
Hey Lyn . . . Mom is doing well now. She was having some health issues for a while, but doing pretty well now.

I had a scary week but am feeling more energy today. My gut was giving me lot of trouble and it scares me because that sometimes will precede a flare. *phewwww* today I am feeling more energy and less belly issues. Wooo hoooo.

I hope market day is fun!! Your dad sounds like he really looks forward to it.

Thanks for peeking at Jason's (son) web-spot. He is a bit discouraged trying to get it "out there". But I think as he gets closer to the big day, he may see more activity there.

WOWWY GIRL!!! Woopie for Cait!!!! You must be SO proud of her. Oh my gosh. God finds the most perfect ways to bless!!! Tell Cait I said "you ROCK, girl!!! Woooo Hoooo". I have so much respect for people who accomplish goals like that. That would require a LONG TERM commitment to excellance. Enjoy the ceremonies of graduation Lyn. I hope you are well enough to enjoy it.

Love you sis . . . you mean so much to me as well. I think its because we understand each other's problems AND we both have such an abiding trust in our Lord!!! Praise God!

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   Posted 6/1/2007 5:06 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi sis
Glad yer mom is doing better and that you are not going into a flare
I will certainly tell Cait

I have been telling everyone even ppl I dont know lol
I am so proud she made this with all the adversties and hurdles she has had to cross this last yr and a half ....

Yes we are kindred spirits there for sure

I know I carry on becuase HE wants me for something
I am truly blessed to have you as a sis and friend ......

God Bless and keep you safe and yer mom too as well as keep you healty and NO flares .....
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   Posted 7/2/2007 9:07 PM (GMT -7)   
  So many great ideas and suggestions in this thread, thought I would share things that seemed to work with my grandfather. 
I think during his middle AD years just continuing to do as much as possible normal activities like gardening (even when his weeding is the flowers), and chores like dishes helped him.  He enjoyed walking, and visiting. 
  He was a handy man so PCP pipes and elbows was entertaining.  Allthough at the time even in his later stages of AD he knew and he would say "Well where's the glue?" He was also fond of the tape measure and just randomly measuring things.  He enjoyed music from his time like Folk or Fiddling and he loved watching the animated movies with his grandkids. 
  Living so far away after my grandfather entered into the home we in Florida felt the need to be reassured it was the best solution that my Mom went up for a visit and spent some time with him.  Being in a home where everyone has AD we were suprised at the number of his roomies whom were more feel type vs. the visual type.  My grandfather was more a visual kind of guy.  So we thought to make a fabric book.  We got many fabrics and placed the vinal ones for the front and back to protect the variety of different textures inside and connected them with snaps? and a large ring held it together.  I brought the books with me when I went for my visit and over the week I saw them getting used and enjoyed.  Even my grandfather seemed to enjoy it and note: he did figure out how to open the ring immediatly.  He was more of a medel vs fabric kind lol.  We had the rings on the books saudered closed. 
Anyhow those are my memories, things that worked, and ideas for others. 
Stay Strong!  Shell

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   Posted 7/3/2007 9:11 AM (GMT -7)   
Shell
THANKS so much for the input and great ideas ........

You are more than welcome to post here anytime
Stay strong yourself k

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