letting family know, their loved one can't do the things they think she can still.

i need a list of what to tell family that their mom, grandmother, ect.  can't do the things they have had her do prior to Alzheimer's setting in.  It makes her very anxious when someone says, hey grandma can you make those pumpkin bars you always make for Christmas?

No, she can't.  She is not allowed to cook any longer and she doesn't know how to do everyday tasks like measuring things in a measuring cup..etc...I just don't get why they keep

asking her to do these things?  I'm her care giver her with her every day and see she needs to nap often and common everyday tasks, wear her out.  She can't remember what she was doing 20 min ago.  I just want to let the family know, she can't do those things anylonger.

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