My friend had recently started a company helping people to organise/declutter their homes. She's been approached by the mother-in-law of a lady with early dementia (recently diagnosed) who has got overwhelmed with clutter and wants to hire her. The lady's dementia mainly manifests in short-term memory issues and she has no insight into her dementia. After years with Dad, she asked me my thoughts on her helping this lady. She's very concerned she could be accused of taking advantage of this woman. I've advised her to speak to the lady at length but in a simple way, repeat everything a few times, make sure she feels happy with what she's doing and isn't being pressured into it, make sure the lady can understand what is being said and obviously that the Drs believe she still has mental capacity. The last thing she wants is to distress the lady or leave herself open to accusations of theft, etc. But equally, if this lady is feeling overwhelmed, it seems unfair not to help her. She would have a signed contract and also thought about making the family sign an additional disclaimer saying the family have said she does have mental capacity and they are in agreement. What do you all think? Is this worth helping on or is it too risky?