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Dear Carol: My dad has dementia, probably Alzheimer’s, and I’m struggling with how to help him. He fights everything that I tell him would make his life easier. I know that assisted living is in his future but I’m trying to care for him in his home for now. How do I convince him that I ​just​ want to help him​ stay safe and his being mad at me for everything I do​ is making this impossible? - SL

Continue reading on Inforum for some tips that may help SL manage her dad's care better at home and even in memory care:

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