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To: scrooge who wrote (15606)12/5/2021 10:49:58 AM
From: Pogeu Mahone  Read Replies (1) of 15861
 
Yes If you use a high enough dose.

If you do not it is like pouring a cup of coffee in the ocean.

Do you have any idea of what her D3 level is?

Do you have any idea of what her PTH level is?

Get Back to me.

Why it is not a good idea to move alzheimer's patients to summer and winter homes.

We had this problem with my mother. We stopped taking her to her summer house when we realized

she was not familiar with it and it caused more confusion.

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Should you move a dementia patient to a new home?"


The best time to move a person with dementia is when they are stable. An illness or hospital stay may make it difficult for a person with dementia to cope with a move and adjust to new surroundings. However, in many cases, moving only becomes necessary after a person has suffered a serious illness or injury.




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