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Part I: Coping as a caregiver for a parent who's in denial

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Part I: Coping as a caregiver for a parent who's in denial

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first of a two-part series featured in the Gray Matters Solutions Journalism project. 

MANSFIELD -- Jane Imbody sensed that something wasn’t quite right with her mother, Corrine Imbody.

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Corrine Imbody circa 1996

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Corrine Imbody, front right, smiles with four of her five children in July 1991. 

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Jane Imbody, left, shares a meal with her mother, Corrine Imbody, in the early 1990s. 

This Solutions Journalism story is brought to you in part by the generous support of our Newsroom Partners: Spherion, Visiting Nurses Association, PR Machine Works, Nanogate/Jay Systems, DRM Productions, OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital, Richland Bank, Mechanics Bank, Area Agency on Aging, and many others. To learn more about Solutions Journalism at Richland Source click the "About Solutions Journalism."
 

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