Hi, I'm new to the forum. My Dad (75) was diagnosed with Alzheimer's a few years ago after maybe 5 yesrs of problems wuth memory and behavioural changes. Up until my mother's sudden death last month, she was caring for him in their home and they enjoyed an active life. Although she did almost everything he felt independent and doesn't realise how much she did. Now my sister and myself are trying to take on caring for him, which is being met with a lot of resistance, anger and frustration. He wants to stay in own home and 'look after himself', but it is clear he can't without a lot of help. We have lots of things to sort out and negotiate with him, but he us clear outside help or even assessments are out of the question. We are already struggling to get him to take his tablets unless we are standing next to him, but he wants us to give him more space. The idea of an electronic pill dispenser is being met with a lot of resistance but seems only answer. I have been looking into remote communication devices/Electronic calendars reminders. The My Home Helper tablet looks ideal (apart from cost). Does anyone on here have any experience of it please? I tried to post a link but it didn't seem to be accepted.