Hi everyone, it's been a long time since i've written on here but here i am again to once again ask for advice! My dad who is 76 and in a care home is now in the later stages of alzheimers. Up until 4 weeks ago he was still fairly active and would often pace the corriders all day, hence why despite eating well still, he's only 7 1/2 stone.However during the last 4 weeks he's endured 7 falls, the last three have been 2 head injuries and a dislocted coller bone which he now has a sling for. All general blood tests and urine are ok although he is aneamic but not enough to cause the falls and his blood pressure is stable. Medication isn't an issue, he's on very little. He's also losing his ability to feed himself too. I've wondered if it's progression of his illness but have also read that the patient can lose coordination and can forget how to perform complex motor tasks like walking. just wondered if anyone else has come across this and if there is anything else we can do for dad other than be there as much as we are able. Thank you for listening.