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Looking After Grandchildren | Doctor's Diary

Sometimes families worry that they are making too much of a fuss about memory complaints of a loved one, and they wonder whether they should even bother to see a doctor about them. I remember the first time I questioned whether it was safe for my father to pick up my young children from day care. There is no experience that as clearly marks whether you need to have a loved one see a doctor about memory problems than when you ask yourself this question.



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