I hope that title got your attention. You need to protect yourself with SUNSCREEN and hats, and you need to protect your loved one.
"Musick has Charms to sooth a savage Breast, To soften Rocks, or bend a knotted Oak." (By William Congreve, 1697)
What is your plan when you visit your loved one with advanced dementia and they are kissing someone who is not their partner?
Does God hold the individual accountable for their actions?
Introducing a baby doll or stuffed animal into the life of someone with late stage dementia can often bring peace and joy. It's called "nurturing therapy," and it can be extremely effective.
Angry dementia is when the individual seems to never be happy. Happy dementia is when the individual is easy to get along with. I hope your journey is HAPPY DEMENTIA!
Using doggy gates to keep your loved one with dementia from entering a room is DAN GER OUS!