My other half has become increasingly difficult over the last six months, bad sleeping volatile moods and aggression at times. I want to put him in a care home but because of his recent unpredictable volatility, care homes are rejecting him on assessment. I am increasingly stressed and worn out, and concerned for the draining impact on my own health. It doesnt help that I also supportt my v. aged frail but independent mother. We'd be self funding iniitially. The dementia nurses have referred him to the mental health team because I had to remove him from a CH when he grabbed another patient and wouldnt let go, He is on Rispiredone now but hasnt been completely settled, though improved The social worker has applied for NHS CC funding, but of course he may not get it. The mental health nurse is coming tomorrow, but what can I do if no CH will take him? It seems so unfair. The GP has told me I wont be able to keep him at home much longer and two home care managers said they dont know how I managed this long. I would like them to take him to the respite wards in the mental health hub, assess his meds and behaviour and maybe help me find a home by confirming he's stabilised. Anyone else had similar experiience? Its so bad that a sole carer has to manage someone care homes wont take!