Dad is almost 95 and lived alone until his stroke on May 1st. I was in the process of getting him in home help a couple of days a week until he became adjusted and then I would add more days. The stroke facilitated 24hr in home care. The stroke was mild, but the dementia seems worse. He says his back hurts and insists on going upstairs to his bed around 1 PM. He gets totally undressed and will stay in bed the rest of the day. The aides I had seemed to allow this. He waited for Saturday to come to go to 4PM Mass, but mostly he says he isn't up to going. He knew yesterday was church, so at 1 AM he was up and dressed for church! The new aide talked him into going back to bed for a few hours. At 2 PM, he insisted it was time for church. His neighbor picks him up at 3:30. No amount of talking to him convinces it is too early, then he gets nasty. Is going to bed in the afternoon considered Sundowners?