He is 89 with Alzheimer's . It's about 2 yrs since it started . My husband and I are his POA and caregivers. After a year of not working to take care of him , we couldn't afford it. I got a job and we got him on title 19 and now have help. The aides try to tell him to stop and so do we. Here's the problem , he unplugs the air conditioning while its on , multiple times a day if he gets cold . We set it on low , keep doors open and he has blankets . Its been dangerously humid in CT and we are trying to keep him safe, not cold . Instead of turning the air conditioner off he pulls the plug. Thus is very dangerous and at my leaset concern He will break the a/c's. * we don't have much money to get new ones* my biggest fear is a fire . He unplugs the cable box everynight so everymorning it has to reboot. As far as I know that's not dangerous , just aggrivating to all involved . We know of a house burning to the ground because of a short in an a/c. I've explained all I could and the best I could but he's stubborm, has ocd and alzheimer's , so it's like talking to a wall. Any suggestions ????? We are trying to keep him in his house . But this is dangerous . He can't be watched 24/7 to make sure he doesn't unplug stuff. We all live in the home, he could hurt us all.