The doctors diagnosed my dad a year ago. His own facts are all twisted - he believes he has a concussion & is getting better. He fixates on having lost his license & getting it back, the doctor iss making up the diagnosis, and his children telling lies to the doctors. As part of the diagnosis, they stated he lacks insight. He is unhappy, unwilling to make any changes that will improve his quality of life. He tells the story over & over again to those he has any connection with. He still lives independently, and is 88 years old. The doctors gave him 7 pages with an overview of dementia when first diagnosed. Would giving him excerpts from this site or others help him accept it better? Or is this just another hopeful dream I have of wanting my dad to work with us better to improve his life, and improve our relationship with us. He is very difficult and trying to reason with him is most times met with “you think you know everything”, “you got all the answers.” He does believe other people over us - grasping only on things they say that back up his belief of his situation. Maybe he would believe communication from places like this site, Mayo, or Other?