My MIL has not been diagnosed but we are in no doubt. Came to live with us 3 months ago but since then numerous health problems discovered and increasing confusion. The doc told her and my husband that a home might be a good idea to salvage their mother and son relationship and she surprisingly agreed. We do think she might be happier as she is becoming very anxious and keeps having very stressful conversations about money. Worried about my husbands health (he us retired so with her all day and I work). She has now forgotten signing her own house away to her children 30 years ago z(2 of them now dead) and that she gave my husband a card in her bank account. She spends no money but it is her primary concern. And all her conversation implies mistrust of us because she has forgotten her financial decisions. We don't think we can go on like this and feel we need to survive to support her. Is this the step where a home is the best thing? Feel as though we are failing but don't see how we can keep going when she no longer remembers relationships (although she loves us) or decisions previously made. She has thrived health wise with us but it feels as though we are all falling apart!