One of my friend's husbands from our small group at church has been diagnosed with dimentia. We are a very close group of friends and we all want to do what we can to help. The husband is in his late 50's - so he is not very old - nor is his wife. We want to help them with anything that we can. At the same time, we don't want to take away the husband's dignity by offering. It is very hard for his wife to talk about the situation, much less ask for any help. What would be helpful in this situation. Obviously we are praying for him - but is there anything that we could do to help either of them in this situation. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you - Lisa
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