My gran has Alzheimer's and vascular dementia. She's been quite well until she contracted covid over the Christmas period. She was walking with assistance, talking and eating fine. Since she fell ill she's completely lost all strength in her body and she's slowly stopped eating and talking at all. Today we managed to feed her some Weetabix in the morning after alot of coaxing and that was it. When we try to feed her she's either just hold the food in her mouth and not swallow or clench her mouth together. I think she has mostly forgotten how to swallow but I'm not sure if she's clenching her mouth because she doesn't want to eat or she just can't because she clenches her hands as well even when we're not feeding her. We're taking it step by step trying to make her as comfortable as possible but I'm terrified of what to do if she deteriorates. I don't want her to end up dying in hospital. I spoke to the GP today and he suggested it could be a stroke and wanted to send an ambulance to take her to hospital but I refused partly because I had previously spoken to the TIA specialists who said there wasnt much else they could do other than make her comfortable. I am terrified that something will happen like her breathing getting too difficult or her oxygen or heart rate getting too low, and I'll have to make the call to the GP/ambulance service. What if they don't allow me to go with her. What if they admit her to hospital and she dies alone. I don't know what to do.