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John Tomlin’s medals, including one from the Korean War, went missing around four weeks ago (Picture: Robert Tomlin). A woman has appealed for service medals belonging to her late father to be returned after her mother, who has dementia, gave them away to an "unknown stranger".

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While she might not be able to express her need for touch in words or, in late stages of dementia, even initiate a hug, touch is important. Consider studies that demonstrate that solely meeting the physical needs, but not providing much physical touch, for infants in orphanages can cause babies to develop a failure to thrive condition.

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Molly Tomlin gave her late husband’s medals to a "stranger" about four weeks ago, her daughter says.

Swearing isn’t uncommon among people with dementia, even those who never uttered a 4-letter word in their life. The personality changes and loss of inhibitions as the condition progresses may give rise to many challenging behaviors, even for those who were most outspoken against profanity before dementia hit.

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A woman has appealed for the return of her late father’s war medals after her mother who has dementia gave them away. annie brookes, from Leicester, said since her dad John Tomlin died, aged 89.

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Dementia is immensely difficult for the sufferer and those closest around them. Sometimes you will walk into the room and it will immediately bring a smile to their face, sometimes it will be as.

Those hands that once held mine By Dean Harrison on 23 August 2017 19 As I was sitting holding Mum’s hand in the hospital, I thought of all she meant to me and the number of times she had held my hand.