My father is 96 years old, WWII vet, with dementia and PTSD. He is at home and currently under Hospice care. My sisters and I take turns to care for him 24/7. Our problem at this time is his refusal to take any sort of medication, whether it is crushed pills in applesauce or liquid form in juice. He is so resistant of this that at one point he threatens to punch the person trying to give the medication. Hospice is getting frustrated with us because we give up giving him his medication, which is for his anxiety, sleeping aid, thrush, and morphine for pain. We don't know what else to do, we are worn out because of his lack of sleep (yells out for us through the night), we are frustrated by his refusal to drink and eat (tells us he is hungry or thirsty but wont eat or drink) and scared/worried of his aggressiveness. Plus he is going through a sexual stage where we have caught him pulling off his diaper and fondling himself or try to pull our hands to touch him down there. We know this is not our father but the dementia. Any advice or suggestion or anything that will help us!