If a parent with dementia doesn’t recognise you, it doesn’t mean they don’t love you. Pointing out their mistake can make things worse, and there are better ways to show you care.
John’s Campaign (to allow people with dementia to have a family carer with them whenever they need them) was gaining support until Covid-19 put a stop to visiting.
Lockdown increases isolation for carers and those they support. People with dementia are often better than carers at ‘living in the moment’. Learning to enter into their ‘moments’ may improve the well-being of all concerned.