Karen tompsett Posted March 26, 2017 Share Posted March 26, 2017 Hello everyone. My mum had an sah on the brain we were told she would not make it when it happened on the 4th June2016. Mum is 66, so no age at all. But after defying all odds she is here. They told us they didn't know what she would be like. Mum has a shuffle when she walks and short term memory loss, she has also lost the last 5 years, can't remember her parents passing or living in the house she is, as this was all in the 5 years she has lost in her memory. She gets very confused and doesn't believe what my dad tells her when she asks something. She also makes up stories and doesn't have any interest in anything . What I want to know is how can we help her, how long will it be before she starts improving? Is this kind of behaviour normal from someone that has had this happen to them. Any advice is greatly received. Thank you Karen 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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