What to do? My dad is obsessed over his checking account. Over the last year since we've discovered how bad his condition was we've had to make several changes with him and with that came adding a lot of complexity to his "cash" locations. We still have the account in his old state but created one in the new state in which he's living but need to wait for some auto-deposits to move over before getting rid of the old account. Also, we've created an Irrevocable Trust and most of the money he expected to see in his checking account is now residing there.
Anyway, every day he looks at his check book and starts asking questions. I try to walk him through the storyline and by the time I finish, wooosh brain-reset, and he starts asking the same questions again.
If I keep repeating the cycle this could literally go on for hours. If I ignore him or try to divert him he gets very angry and will literally start yelling at me.
I'm going to try writing all of the answers to his questions down and putting them in a 3 ring binder so when he gets in this cycle I'll point him to the binder. Any other ideas?