She has been diagnosed as having Frontal Temporal Dementia since 2010. Eight months ago, she had a stokes. She longer can recognize us anymore. She was in a long-term care facility since her release from the hospital. She can no longer walk, can only eat mashed food and her arm and leg muscles are diminishing. We assisted her on arm and leg strengthening exercises by strapping her hands and her feet on the exercise equipment using velcro straps. We would then sit opposite her and do the exercise. When our hands and legs move, so does her arms and legs. About a month ago, she starts dozing off regardless of time of day. About 2 weeks ago, she starts closing her eyes all the time, even when we are feeding her. I did some research on these symptoms and found that it mostly related to late stage dementia. I am wondering whether I am correct in guessing that she is at her last stage. In addition I want to find out what can I do to make this late stage more comfortable for her. I bought a TENS machine with the intention of stimulating her muscle strength and am afraid to use it on her. Should I? Anyone has experience with their love ones close their eyes all the time?