May 28, 2014 5:23 PM

Ask Nancy: Prepare a plan before dementia overtakes your loved one

Q. I am 80 years old. My husband, age 84, has memory issues and, while our life thus far remains largely unchanged, I am beginning to see changes in him that are evidence of dementia. I think we’ve prepared ourselves very well for what may come down the road. We have three adult children whom we are very close to but who all live far from us. My biggest concern is what should happen to my husband if something should happen to me first and I’m no longer able to help him or manage his care?

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