My mom has dementia and is am uncontrolled diabetic..she does not remember to take her meds. She also lives at home and her bedroom is on the 2nd level and her insulin is kept in a fridge on the main floor... She likes to stay in her room, so I take her meds and meals up to her. I've noticed that she "sighs", rolls her eyes or slightly grimaced when I take her meds. Yesterday on our way to appt. Wanted to stop for food. I had brought her insulin and handed it to her. She threw it toward the floor board and made a derogatory comment..I heard "it's irritating".. I tried to ask her a about it, but she turned away from me and said she couldn't hear what I was saying.. She is very hard of hearing and uses hearing aids. She ignored me the rest of the drive. We didn't speak again that night. Home health is visiting Monday, should I give this over to them...let mom take them on her own, shrug it off and continue to help..after a few days she calms down. I am tired of her fits of anger and unwillingness to talk it out. Ideas?? Thank you for listening..