I want to care for Clive at home, he is only in the early mild stages but not sure how long each stage lasts, spoke to him about an OT coming to see him and as usual of late,was given the stony silent treatment and the look! I am trying to plan as much as I can for our future but he still refuses to accept his AD diagnosis, sometimes he seems devoid of all emotion ? While on here this morning I was crying about the facts of the disease, Clive walked in and just ignored the fact that I was crying, and he was usually a loving man. Does any one know of a sitters service so that i can go do some shopping without worrying Clive is gonna get in any bother, he woke up early , around three again, 2 nights ago, went to the summer house and fell over, said he was shouting us but we were all in bed asleep, so didnt hear him, he was battered and bruised, all i seem to do is worry abut him and yet he doesnt understand why, no matter how much i try to explain this to him he just gets mad, goes in a sulk and seems so distant. Are mood swings part of the disease, cos he even makes me question the diagnosis, although in my heart i now its right. He wants to take our grandson out who is 2, but we worry he will fall asleep some where, as he keeps doing, and kyle will wander off, again it does not go down well if we refuse to let him go. Every thing just seems a fight with him all the time.