My grandmother has Alzheimer's and I really need help.
My grandmother is in her mid-seventies and has Alzheimer's. My mother and I live with her, but lately things have gotten difficult. My grandmother has been constantly accusing my mother of stealing money from my grandmother, which of course is not true. She threatens to sue my mother and kick her out of the house. This has put a lot of pressure on my mother and I, especially since my mother is rarely happy anymore due to the accusations of my grandmother. Also, my grandmother never wants to leave the house anymore. Even to go to the grocery store of the mall, she throws the equivalent of a temper-tantrum and states that she "doesn't want to go nowhere." I am starting to feel a little trapped in my own house, because since I'm 16, I like to go out with my friends and go shopping, but I can never do that because I have to take care of my grandmother, since I seem to be one of the only ones she trusts anymore. I'm not really sure to do. We have went to many doctors, but all of them say that it's just one of the side-effects of Alzheimer's... but that answer is not good enough for me. I want to get help not only for the sake of my grandmother, but for my mother, who seems to always be depressed now. What can I do to try to make things better?