Hi I am new to this forum so forgive me if I am not following protocols. my mother is 87 and has vascular dementia diagnosed last year. She is very frail her balance is shocking but had been in very good health until this happened still living in her own house with my dad.. She is in the stage where half of her brain is ok and doesn’t understand why she is forgetting things, can’t do the things she used to do and gets very angry and aggressive with my father when he tries to help. She is now falling all the time but refuses to use her walker and even thinks she could still babysit her 4 month old great grand daughter! If we try to help her carry things she accuses us of taking away her independence and gets quite bolshy. I am thinking that I need to sit her down and e plain what’s wrong appealing to her lucid side and seeing if together we can agree a way forward and how she can manage it eith signs on cupboard doors for example and using her walker. Otherwise she is just one fall away from unrecoverable injury. All advice gratefully received!.