Typically dementia is associated with the elderly, however this sad article follows the story of a lady who was diagnosed and admitted into care at just 35.
Lasting Powers of Attorney (LPAs) tend to be seen as something the older generation should prepare. However, any of us could lose the ability to make decisions, at any point in time whether due to a sudden diagnosis of a medical condition, or due to suffering an accident.
This article emphasizes the ever increasing importance of preparing LPAs, no matter how old you are.
Take control of your affairs, and in turn, make matters easier for your family members if and when the time comes.
Barbara Bamford beams beside her husband and girls in a joyous picture which hides a painful truth.
For Barbara barely remembers them.
She is a victim of an unforgiving form of dementia that has landed her in a care home at the age of just 35.