Poor Dad has had a heck of a time since Christmas. He was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s on 16/12/20 after struggling with a short term memory problem for the last 18 months. He’s had 3 lots of antibiotics to clear chest infections and one urine infection. He has an underlying chronic lung condition called bronchiectasis, chronic asthma and macular degeneration in both eyes. So he’s really not very well at all. I’ve been at home trying to support my mum for the past 3 weeks. He gets confused every night about 4.00pm onwards until bedtime. He asks so many questions about whose house he is in, where his clothes are, who is sleeping with him, where his car is etc etc. He is completely overwhelmed by not understanding where he is. Mum and I have done our best to try to keep him calm, to ease his worries and to distract him. It can be harrowing, hysterical, disturbing and very emotional. Does anyone have any tips, snippets of advice, help or guidance. Anything would be a help. Nobody has done anything to help us since his diagnosis. We have been left to seek support from Alzheimer’s Society, and the local Carers, who have been excellent but we feel we need a more coordinated approach to support Dad.