We as a family are desperate for help. Both our parents have Alzheimers and are now living together in a care home in Northern Ireland. Both are 83 years old. Our father is more relaxed and quieter but our mother, who was always a very active person, now says non stop "take me home" "take me home". Like my father, her vocabulary and ability to form a complete sentence is extremely limited. When we leave her at night in bed and listen to her outside the room, alone, she continues to say"take me home" . She has no longer any idea about where or what home is. These words are non stop,"take me home, take me home, take me home". It has just got worse over the period of her illness. She now appears to be in constant distress. She recognises all her children we arrive to see her in the care home, her arms are out to receive us, her eyes dance in her head with happiness for just a moment, then she starts"take me home". We love her dearly, as I write this, I am fighting back the tears for her. Is this common? How can we relax her without drugging her? Has anyone ever had this experience or anything similar. We are afraid thatshe is appears at times so stressed that it may provoke a stroke or something similar.