He is only 68, but I also have a disabled son. Our son is 13 and has cerebral palsy and autism and needs much care and assistance with all daily living skills also. It tears me apart, I can't imagine my husband not here with us and thought he would be okay for a long time. He is only 68 and his symptoms started about 6 or 7 years ago. He is on Mememtine and the Exelon patch but it still is not enough to help his memory. He is also taking Neurontin for neuropathy in his feet. In the last few months, he has been progressing with the disease and has been confused about me being his wife and that we adopted our son 11 years ago, and that he lives with us. He finds the place we live totally unfamiliar at times. He also began wandering a few months ago and has begun being paranoid that someone is trying to fight with him. It is so confusing to know if it is the meds or the disease. He is still very aware and does not want to talk about having anything wrong with him and at this point would not even discuss what we should do when he gets worse. He was in denial for several years and it was very difficult to even get him to go to a Neurologist. He would not do an MRI. His Mother had earlier onset of Alzheimer's and he had to watch what happened to her and I think it was to painful for him to think about it happening to him and our family. Thank you for any advice.