My 94 year old grandmother who lives with me always complains she's cold. Although, in the bathroom, she often gets warm and rolls up her sleeves due to the work she's doing (actually moving around - walking, pulling down her pants, etc.). Our household is in disagreement about what our thermostat should be set to. I've already compromised and keep it warmer than I did before she moved in, but if I kept it as warm as she'd like, I would not be able to tolerate it. Right now it's 20 degrees Celsius in the house and 17.7 degrees outside and she's cold. I'm comfortable. Another family member turned the heat up a smidge and I thought I was gonna die, luckily I turned it back before it got too warm. But now my face is so hot it feels like it's burning. My argument is that since I'm the primary caregiver and I do ALL the work and everyone else just sits on their rear end all day, the thermostat should be set as high (warm) as I can tolerate and everyone else should put on more clothes or blankets. Unfortunately, I can't have a little space heater or heated blanket for grandma due to safety concerns. I'm looking at a few things I can do to generate more heat in the room but it still won't be as warm as she'd like. Considering she sleeps most of the time, I don't think she needs the room that warm. I'm interested in knowing how others handle this type of situation? I'm sure this is a fairly common problem during the cooler months. In case it matters, she is on a blood thinner (Xarelto) and has hypothyroidism which she takes medication for. She wears a long sleeve t-shirt with a sweatshirt or sweater over top. She wears fleece pajama pants all the time and socks.