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Elderly parents or relatives to care for and/or worry about? This is the place for you.

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20 Apr
5:58pm, 20 Apr 2019
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Little Miss Happy
TIA's can be a precursor to a full blown stroke jabberknit so I'd hope that she has some sort of follow up planned.
20 Apr
6:45pm, 20 Apr 2019
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jabberknit
She saw a consultant at the hosp, LMH, and is now on stronger blood-thinning meds than previously. Not sure what will happen next though, will have to wait and see once her GP has all the info. I think she's already taking drugs for so many things, there's not much more they can give her for anything.

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I thought I'd start a thread, as lots of us have elderly folks that we worry about/care for.

Useful info for after someone dies here (with thanks to grast_girl)
moneysavingexpert.com

Other useful links

myageingparent.com

moneysavingexpert.com

Who pays for residential care? Information here:

ageuk.org.uk

Also: After someone dies, if their home insurance was only in their name, sadly the cover becomes void. But if the policy was in joint names, it will still cover the surviving policyholder (though the names on the policy will need to be updated).

A useful book of exercises for memory loss and dementia
amazon.co.uk

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