Hello Phyl, thank you for your kind words, I am so sorry that you are having to cope with looking after your Husband with Dementia and yourself, you make me feel very humble. I seem to have been in self isolation since the beginning of December, as my Husband wouldn't go out in the rain, wind, dark etc so apart from the weekly shop we didn't go out. Just when the days were getting longer and the weather kinder, when we could have had a little walk, and call in the cafe for a coffee, we end up with this virus to contend with and put in lock-down for at least 3 months. Do you get any help? Look after yourselves. Jan L xWell it really is hard for you . Anyone who cares for someone with dementia has a difficult job. My husband is not bad physically but has no short term memory, and so asks the same thing over and over again, can’t ask him to do much as by the time I have asked he has forgotten what he is supposed to be doing. I am 90 and have a very bad back, I hope there will be a little help there for me if he gets to needing physical care. Thinking of you both, and wishing you well. Phyl G.