Mums had Alzheimer's since 2012. She's lived with her husband all this time and I look after mum 2 - 3 days a week to give him a break. Mum absolutely loves the home she shares with husband. Things have become too much for husband now so I'm bringing her to live with my husband and I, (next week - just preparing house, stair gate, mums things in newly decorated room) . Mum would no way adjust to assisted living and will be very anxious when she realizes she is staying with us. I will ask Dr for meds to see her through initial weeks. I adore my mum but I'm dreading this mostly cause my mum just wants my attention 24/7. But as you all know it's all meaningless, repetitive child talk. We've told her her husband is going in hospital that's why she has to be with us. Can anyone please suggest some sort of activity to involve her in. I always took her on long walks before she fell and broke her hip, which put her back physically and mentally. She hardly speaks coherently now. All the conversation is trying to make her laugh. She's becoming urine incontinent and I don't believe she will last beyond 12 months. Anyone else had their parent till the end? All advice appreciated.