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No, you don’t have to purchase anything. This site is run as a public service by a for-profit company, which does offer paid-for services, but the question and answer service is provided and moderated for free. Click on your own ‘M’ avatar (not mine, which is also M for Margaret) and you will get a drop-down list. Click on Activity, and it will show you all your questions. Click on the question you asked, and you will find all the answers. It’s a very big and very helpful site, and yes it does take a while to find your way around it. Clicking on ‘Care topics’ at the top of the screen is another really useful discovery. Yours, Margaret
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Click on the blue that Gladimhere gave you.
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Mercydee: Log into your account and as Sendhelp advised click on your avatar and your screen name. You do have responses to your original question.
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You could click on your own screen name and avatar. See where it leads you.....click on "following".

You already have some responses, free from caregivers volunteering on this website.
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This forum is free to use, MercyDee.

You did ask a question:
"My husband is 87 yrs. old, on dialysis 3 times a week. He's now suffering from dementia. He's very difficult to deal with, and unreasonable."

He refuses to give me POA, and his bank accounts are in his name only. He's given large amounts of money to taxi drivers, not aware that he's doing it, $200 for a $11 taxi fare, and $105, ($100 bill plus $5 singles for similar taxi fare within a two weeks period. I'm told that since he is not willing to consent to POA, I should go to court for Guardianship. Any advice or suggestions on this situation? Don't know what to do.
Alzheimer's & Dementia

TO FIND YOUR OWN QUESTION:

Enter the first sentence in the search icon, above (magnifying glass).
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