She's afraid to drink or sleep, gets dehydrated, and goes crazy. My aunt lives at home alone with alternating 24-hour caregivers, but we're having trouble keeping the workers because she's so uncooperative. She needs to wear diapers for her incontinence but refuses because "the man who takes out the trash might notice." She is not sleeping at night and is up many times going to the bathroom, trying to avoid wetting the bed. Then she's so tired she can't get up in the morning. She has bed alarms that alert the caregiver so they can help her when she gets up, so they don't sleep either. Her other "solution" is to limit fluids. They give her water but can't make her drink. Then she gets dehydrated and ends up in the hospital. She stays a while, they get her fluids up, she starts to feel like herself, then she checks herself out and goes home. Then the process starts again. So, she's suffering from the dementia of dehydration and sleep deprivation much of the time. Then she doesn't recognize the house she's lived in for 30 years, etc., etc. We brought her a bag full of different diaper samples for her to try and she got extremely angry that we had even considered that she might need them. And that was on a good day. Any suggestions?