My Mother is 75, with Dementia. She's very sensitive, and really expresses her feelings. I wouldn't say she's overly, dramatic. But she has been, in the past. Her very close, baby Sister, Lucy, just passed away, February 28, 2013. How, and when should I as the Son/Caregiver, break this bad news to her? She has just been doing very well, with her activities. meeting up with old friends she hasn't seen in 30 years, going on her walks, drawing, coloring, letter writing. As she's doing all these activities, she remenisses a lot about her childhood, and her sisters, and speaks a lot about her baby sister, Lucy. Do I bring in other family members? Do I have certain female family members tell her? Do I have to break it to her? with my Brother present?( who is the Power of Attorney.) Do we do it A.S.A.P.? or give it time? Because the calls are really starting to come in. And she answers the phone too. I have no experience in this matter. Any suggestions? So I can help her to grieve in a proper, peaceful, and graceful way. Thank you listening, and I appreciate your support. God Bless us all.