Anna has had a dramatic decline,she is now constantly incontinent,the pads I gave her dont seem to stop her from being wet or wetting her surroundings She has had a very recent assesment,the S.W agreed that I,an 80 yr old disabled husband can no longer care for her properly,and she should go into a home,unfortunately,the S.W. says she has no funding for that purpose,but suggests selling our property,I told her that my daughter still lives at home,and upon my death will inherit my half share of our property,(tenants in common)We have consulted a solicitor,who says a haly of a property has no sale value. In the meantime we are still awaiting an outcome. My own health has suffered considerably, I cannot walk any distance without pain, I can do very little for my wife. Anna does not recognise either of us, is unaware of her surroundings, or time of day. Among the medication that I give her as well as Aricept.there is a Heminverin syrup which seems to bring her swiftly to a sleepy condition, at the moment she seems to be comatose most of the day, she enjoys very little,and it breaks my heart to see my Anna so.She has been going to a day centre five days a week,at first that was very welcome for the break it gave me, but now, she is coming home sopping wet and with excrement in her knickers, I complained to the manageress of the day centre, and was told that (we do our best,but there is only so much we can do) I am beginning to think that I will have to stop her going to the day centre, it seems that they are not able to do more than point Anna in the direction of the toilets, but cannot take her there. Anna is totally confused and bewildered, she has very little quality of life. I am heart broken Alzheimers is a ******. Sorry to take up so much of your time.