Hi this is my first post. My husband was diagnosed earlier this year with early onset Alzheimer's at the age of just 65. I believe he has had this for the past three years at least. Two of my four sons have a diagnosis of Asperger syndrome/ADHD. The eldest moved out just about two years ago and the youngest (aged 24) still lives at home. As he doesn't receive a lot of outreach support he is often at home. The relationship between him and his dad can reach crisis point and ends in nose to nose screaming at each other. My husband then goes on a run of finding fault with him over the smallest thing and sometimes it is about a toilet not being flushed whereas in fact it is my husband who has forgotten to flush. It is like living on a knife edge trying to keep things balanced between them. We have begun to have a few days away from home on our own as we have found someone who can support my son with cooking a meal. Being away from home though can lead to tiredness and confusion for my husband. Does anyone else have similar experiences? My son's lack of empathy because of his autism doesn't help and I do sometimes have to remind my husband that our son is autistic then I am accused of taking his side and so it goes on and on and ..... Any tips/advice or just some understanding would be really helpful. Thanks.