I cared for my grandmother for 3 years.
Early on, I could actually work a 3 hour shift, as I had meals on wheels set up to come while I was gone, and she would be occupied with lunch when I returned.
That did not last long.
The nights of waking up in the middle of rhe night, finding she had gone to the freezer and eating frozen RAW hamburger...or many other things...
She was docile and happy early on.
She soon did not know me, became combative at the drop of the hat.
It is ALL about HER well being now...she is passed a threshold that she now needs professional trained help.
We were blessed that we had put her on a waiting list for a home near by the prior year.
They took her in the very day we could no longer 'contain' her.
Prayers and love...she really needs to be in an organized/structured environment with proffessionals.