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Remote_television-remote-control-525705Dear Carol: My dad suffered a stroke that left him with vascular dementia. Mom works online at home, which is great except that Dad likes to watch TV. Since he forgets how to work the remote, he keeps interrupting her. I know that you don’t specialize in products but I’m writing to you because you obviously care about these things, and you have written periodic columns dealing with technology. Do you have any suggestions? – PJ

Continue reading on Inforum for some suggestions that may help with the whole remote-control nightmare that can come with dementia or simply aging:

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