This is all very new to me, my grandmother had some short memory issues for the past 3 years, earlier in 2017, I noticed she was starting to become more irrational and do random things. However she was still very independent, she could be left alone and if a person didn't know her they wouldn't notice anything off about her. In November she missed a step, fell and we rushed her to the hospital. Everything went down hill from there, she now hollers all day and night. We checked for uti's and other things just to make sure she isn't in pain. She doesn't eat much and lost a ton of weight. She refused to walk I'm assuming because of the fall, however she can. I think she suffered from delirium but the thing is she never bounced back from it. In October she was complaining saying she wants to get out the house and singing on the choir stand, now she refuses to leave the bed. I'm her primary caregiver and it's ruff. I feel guilty to complain but it's really hard (I'm her grandchild) I have 4 kids and my youngest is 15months, I'm also going through a divorce so it's very hard. My mom comes over everyday and often misses work because I'm so tired from the night before. My grandmother calls out for me every second of the day but she sundowns and night and I don't know what to do. She takes Paxil. They had her on Xanax as needed but those didn't even make her sleepy. She's up all day and all night everyday maybe napping 30 mins. My main concern is the calling out and screaming every night. Help me! Help me come quick is what I hear all night. I'm falling on the ground. Now she calls out for random people who she hasn't seen or heard from in years. She now has a twitching in her hand which concerns me. She was rushed to the hospital in January, her sugar was very low. So now we know she's diabetic. She has become someone I don't know. If anyone has any advice it would be greatly appreciated, as I stated earlier this is all very new to my family and I've done all the researching I could but sometimes the best advice comes from those who have lived it. I fear that this is becoming to much for me to handle and I don't ever want to put her in a home. I just wish she would calm down and stop hollering. Thanks for listening!