Sue has always slept more or less in one position - on her left side. Only rarely have I ever seen her in any other position. So I get her into that position before she goes to sleep. Sometimes in the night she will roll over on her back and then her mouth will fall open. This leads to her getting a dry mouth and she then has a tendency to rapidly pant, which sounds quite worrying. I usually get her to take a small sip of water which helps and then I re-position her. I have tried putting a pillow behind her and this sometimes stop her rolling again. I am familiar with the argument that she should be regularly turned but there have, touch wood, been no pressure sore problems so far. I suspect many people sleep all night in one basic position - I know I do. She has always preferred a flat pillow. We actually posses an extraordinary number of different pillows and I wondered about trying a real stuffed full of feathers one into which her head might sink and stay. Any comments?