My FIL has Alzheimer's. Hospice accepted him in April this year at the Memory Care home. Now it’s the end of August and he has become much more lucid. Prior he was wandering all night, picking to the point of bleeding, garbled speaking, sleeping all day. They discovered he had scabies on 8/11 and have aggressively treated them on him and the whole facility. In the last week he is happy, very polite says please, thank you. He still repeats everything continuously but will ask how is the family, (over & over), the next day it will be “who’s paying for this” (over & over). But everything is crystal clear, before we couldn’t understand him. My BIL who has POA won’t let anyone talk to the Hospice Caseworker, my husband and I go everyday to visit, he only goes if he has to. Everyone thought the end was near, now we feel it could be years? Is this normal? My husband is really becoming burned out. He has four other siblings, he’s the only one that visits, they just expect a daily email report from him. I’m at my wits end, I just retired, I’m 69, and I’m becoming depressed. I’ve neglected my family for his family. My parents are 89. Any suggestion.