gail p-m Posted July 27, 2006 Share Posted July 27, 2006 My Dad who is 82 and is entering hospice is growing more confused by the day. First it was over major things -- such as doing tax returns (he was an accountant); tonight, he had temporarily forgotten how to work the remote for the TV. There are a zillion things in between these. He does not have brain mets. Is this confusion typical for someone with advanced disease? Why does it happen? At times, he is also having trouble using the correct words to express things and he has been expressing himself in odd ways. Your thoughts? gail p-m Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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