My husband, age 66, was diagnosed with frontal-temporal dementia a year ago, but I now realize he was showing signs much earlier after years of being treated for epilepsy (tonic clonic). Although his seizures are now better managed, the dementia is progressing faster. He has lost the ability to find the right words and converse with others. His cognitive abilities are very poor. His behavior is aggressive at times. He used to be handy around the house, but now he is very destructive trying to "fix" things that don't need fixing. He is easily confused and has wild mood swings, delusions, paranoia and hallucinations. He is still strong and can easily overpower me and I'm not a small woman. At times, he is sweet and passive. Other times, he's like a destructive robot when he's fixated on something. I've hidden all guns in the house and will be having them removed ASAP. While his hygiene has become worse, he is still able to bathe and use the toilet, though sometimes, he has trouble finding the toilet. I'm in the process of getting in-home assistance so I can be away for a few hours as needed, but I'm a worried that no one will want to deal with him. I honestly don't know how much longer I can manage him at home. You can't really make a timeline for planning out care for this type of disease. Any advice or comments are appreciated.