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She takes a sedative once in the morning.

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Concerned caregivers are sometimes afraid to consider medication, but the fact is, unless a person is need is compliant, no matter what the care circumstances, it can quickly become very very difficult to come up with a successful behavior management plan.

If you have access to a behavioral specialist (psychiatrist/psychologist/neurologist) WITH GERIATRIC EXPERTISE you will have a chance to work with them to offer small doses of medication(s) and monitor behaviors to allow your LO to become more compliant and less hostile.
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Which sedative?

Prescribed by whom?

Has anyone been in touch with the doc to say "she is still agitated and angry"?

Geriatric psychiatrists can sometimes work wonders with meds.

I'm NOT talking about drugging a person into oblivion. A cocktail or Remeron, Lexapro and klonopin kept my mom happy, calm and engaged.
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Geriatric psychiatrist. Sometimes they can work wonders with meds.

I'm NOT talking about drugging a person into oblivion. A cocktail or Remeron, Lexapro and klonopin kept my mom happy, calm and engaged.
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