Mom (81) has Alzheimer's and Dad (89) has mild dementia and hearing lose. We discuss things like care giving and money issues, and on a day with clarity, they'll understand and agree with what I'm suggesting. I'm thrilled and relieved to be moving in the right direction. Then when I go to implement what they agreed to, they'll tell me to stop, they never agreed to it, it's not going to happen, they don't know what I'm talking about. I keep telling myself to let it all go and let them deal with their decisions, but it's hard when I know things could better for them, and that when they ask for my help and we agree on something, that they get it. But then it's gone. Dad is very stubborn and argumentative and sometimes gets angry when I try to do things. He has had several trips to the ER for falling, but nothing serious. He says he can take care of Mom and everything else, but he's starting to show more severe signs of dementia, hIding money, yelling at Mom, saying people are stealing things, etc. Not sure of my role in the situation at this time when they are still living on their own .