My aunt has dementia. I’ve been caring for her for about a month now. Most family doesn’t believe she has dementia and that she will get better. I have two family members who come and go and think they’re helping but they’re doing more harm than good. Since they don’t believe her diagnosis they continue to text her asking her things like what do you need from the store. She tells them what she needs, which she doesn’t need, and won’t use. We, as in my mom and I, have tried to get her easy food to warm up or put together but she can’t do it. The thing that worries me the most is they picked up ground beef for her. The last thing my aunt needs to do is cook. They think she will get better because she tells them that she is getting better. They don’t believe she needs a caregiver or someone, as in me, over at her house everyday. Since they don’t believe her diagnosis they ask her what she needs instead of asking me. If they want to spend their own money for food that will waste then they can go ahead and do that but I get annoyed when they bring her food to cook and food she already has. Something similar happened 3 weeks ago. They came by and brought groceries when I just went 4 days before. My aunt doesn’t remember of course so she tells them things she thinks she needs but doesn’t need. I could’ve told them that but they don’t want my input. What do I do? How do I handle or address family members who think they’re doing good but they’re really not? Especially considering the fact they bought food she actually has to cook and she could very well try to cook.