Since ever my mum was diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease last week, her memory seemed to getting worse. Yesterday I visited my mother at her home to remind her to take her pill the memory nurse have prescribe to her. She said she was not feeling well. She said she have been shaking all the morning and she felt very frightened. She told us that she was frightened of taking the pill the nurse have given her and she frightened she was going to have an accident or fall over. We rang her memory nurse but he is away for afew days, so another nurse took our call and advised my mum not to take it and she will be offered to take another medication. We don't know if the pill is causing her to have shakes or its a cold coming on? It took us a while to calm my mother as she kept saying how cold she feels inside and she was shaking. I asked her if she had eaten anything but she have only drunk water as she felt abit nauseous. Me and my partner decided to take her to our house. At our house she had a cup of tea and calmed down but was decided to go home to her flat. She looked so thin and frail. I offered her some lunch but she only wanted to eat biscults. My partner drove her home and told her to get some sleep. In the afternoon my mum phoned again asking if I would go to shops to buy her some food but she already bought shopping yesterday. My partner said she sounded very confused as she said she was going to the hospital about an x-ray? Her short-term memory seemed to detoriating fast and she seemed very confused and frightened. We rang her doctor as we are becoming deeply concerned about her mental state. A doctor will visit her today this afternoon. I have emailed the social services but it will takes weeks for her to get an Assessment for home care. Is there any place or scheme that offers some form of Emergency care for my mother? I hope the GP will push the Social services into providing urgent care for her as I worried something serious will happen to her. I feel really scared as I seen my mother slowing disappearing as she turned from being a strong independent woman to a fragile frightened and confused person. It is heartbreaking and I feel helpless and alone.