When your parent has dementia, someone in the family needs to take care of their important matters.
But to do this, they must have special permission called “Power of Attorney.”
This permission is usually automatic for spouses but needs approval for others, like adult children.
It might seem hard, especially when you’re still dealing with the diagnosis.
But it’s really important to sort this out early on, so you know and can plan for what your parent wants in the future.
This article will help you understand how to get Power of Attorney for a parent with dementia and make the process easier.