My grandma has dementia. I know it's going to get worse but right now we are pretty blessed as most of the time she remembers our names, to bring her walker with her and a bit about her daily schedule. The problem we are having is teaching her to ask for help. We sit with her all day only leaving the room for moments while bringing a video monitor with us. She can get up from the chair by herself and will often remember her walker but she gets confused as to where she is going, will stop and pick up various items from the floor like fuzz, paper, etc, and will get dizzy spells. Because of these reasons we do not wish her to walk by herself (plus she fell while walking by herself to the bathroom two months ago which is how she broke her neck and pelvic bone). We have repeated to her over and over again about asking for help to get up. We have done bed alarms, video monitors, and even notes to remind her but nothing seems to stop it from happening. Is there any techniques people use to help loved ones remember to ask for help? At night she stares in our direction not asking and if we don't respond she will get up on her own. During the day she won't even give us the benefit of a staring contest. She will just get up and then stand there getting tired not knowing which way to go. I'm so worried she's going to get hurt doing this...Help please!