My Dad is becoming increasingly aggressive and an in home caregiver was mildly injured by him pushing a table against the wall in his anger. (Her finger was jammed from him pushing the table.) I get calls and texts all throughout each caregivers shift and other than commiserating, and offering various solutions —most of which are redundant because they’ve already tried them—I’m at a loss as to how to help or what to say. That’s the job, the very difficult job of dealing with my dad who has mental illness, advanced dementia, lives at home in a rural area far from services , too poor for memory care, on Medi Cal with In Home Support Services, too physically healthy for a nursing home to take him on. He’s 6’3”. I’m his conservator living 8 hours away. There are not many caregivers in his remote location, I fear that we will burn out the few that are willing to come.