Good grief, you're surrounded
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But separating out dementia vs. narcissism in an elderly person is tricky and treacherous for a FOO member who is a non. This topic and other similar ones on this board and others (like the agingcare board) have lots of warnings for well-meaning family members.
It is sadly not uncommon for the person trying to help to get not only sucked deep into the vortex of the disordered person, but to also get accused or in legal trouble in the process. At the first sign of trouble, the elder might play the ‘elder abuse’ card, and that’s a charge the law takes very seriously.