Hello everyone, 3 years ago my dad (then aged 74) was diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment and a few months later he was sectioned and he now lives in a care home. Unbelievably my mum (aged 68) now appears to be developing dementia and it's very possible she's in the early stages of Alzheimer's. She currently lives with her partner and is selling her flat in London because living there alone was becoming too much for her. To make matters even worse her partner has terminal cancer. My siblings and I had a terrible time with my dad for many reasons and would like nothing more than to be able to prepare for the time when her partner dies and she gets more ill. Does anyone know if there are any assisted living or sheltered housing places in London specifically for people with dementia? If so does anyone have any experience of them (in London or anywhere?) My mum has always been an incredibly independent woman (to the point of refusing to live with her partner for the last 15 odd years!) and although we don't know how her illness is going to progress we can't imagine her being in a home and are keen to find out what other options might be while she's still functioning fairly well. TIA and sorry for the long post!