When I put my husband (89 ALZ) to bed I make him use the toilet and I put his dry diaper on him. I tell him, “It’s night time, do not come out of your room until morning, when you see the sun in the window.” He says okay and goes to bed between 8-9pm usually. Before I go to bed, around 10p, I look in on him and if he is in his chair, we go through the bed time routine again. I don’t mind him getting up in the night and sitting in his chair, I just don’t think it’s safe for him to wander around the house. In the day time I direct him to his chair in the living room because he will not wash his hands with soap so I don’t like him going in the pantry or fridge. I do leave a variety of snacks on the counter for him, and I prepare and bring him three meals a day as well as his snack if he hasn’t gotten one off the counter. How can I make him stay in his room at night? He has no memory of it the next day. Last night he was in bed at 10p and at 2a I could see the breakfast room light on, so I went out and he had already eaten bread, cheese, a banana, applesauce, and yogurt. I took what was left on the table and put it away and took him back to bed. At 4:30a he was again at the table in the breakfast room, but this time he had not started to eat, he was still unloading things from the fridge to the table. He only does this a couple of times a week, but it’s frustrating. I plan on buying a child lock for the fridge, but that will not keep him in his room at night. Thanks in advance for any advice.