Our expert says:
yes, it's a shame that so many Old age Homes only want to cae for people who hardly need any care, and give up when someon really needs their services. Depending on financial constraints, one could have him see either a private specialist ( perhaps a Neurologist or Psychiatrist, especially if there's one who specializes in problems of the elderly ) or otherwise call and speak to the Depts of Neurology & Psychiatry of your nearest Medical School, and ask for their advice, and an appointment for them to see him.
In this situation he may be negative about treatment or institutions, but in advancing Alzheimers, and a potential danger to himself and others, he could be compulsorily detained in any hospital able to care properly for him. With proper medication ( some of it not necessarily expensive ) the aggression can be greatly reduced or relieved.
This is a sad situation, as in some ways the person you loved is already dead, and who one now meets is rather a stranger, having already lost much of his usual personality and behaviours. People who have not gone through such experiences, rarely realize how sad, frustrating and exhausting it can be.
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