I am new to the Forum, Hello. I would be so grateful for some advice and I hope I can help others in the future. My Mum is in early stages of Alzheimers, she is 87 and lives alone (through choice). My sisters in law and myself have recently got PoA but Mum still has capacity so she still has her own debit card and cheque book. People take her to the cashpoint and over Christmas she got through £1,500 in cash through taking out £300 at a time. There is nothing to show for it, she has hardly been out or seen anyone. She can't remember taking the money out or what she's spent it on, and we've checked her handbag. We want to take some practical steps to limit her spending and how much money she can take out but stopping short of taking her card and cheque book off her. Has anyone else had this situation, please?