I understand that many people with dementia fold clothing, towels, blankets and basically anything else she can get her hands on. I try to ignore it mostly. Sometimes I even give her things to fold unless she gets agitated which sometimes happens. My concern is at night. I'm putting her to bed and covering her with blankets. When I watch in the monitor or even before she falls asleep and I'm sitting with her, she's constantly folding up her blankets then being freezing. I can't afford to turn up the heat really high at night as it costs a lot of money first off (I'm not working since I'm caring for her and in the state of Maine I am only allotted 3 hours a day of care not long enough to even get to a job much less work) and second off I'd roast. Sometimes she'll even start to fold up her clothing on her completely leaving herself open to the cold air. She has a cold which I think is from that. Anyone have any suggestions on how to keep her warm and yet not have it cost a ton of money. I've thought about placing a heater next to her bed but I'm worried she might mess with it when I'm sleeping or place a blanket on it and have it catch on fire.