The sudden disallowed driving isn't helping! On a related, yet separate note, it's been extremely challenging disallowing my dad to drive! His life and especially his company has depended on practically 100% driving. He's always been a lover and owner of several cars, from youth. He's always currently had up to a half dozen, active, insured cars for use by him and the family. We lessened the blow by constantly taking him with us or where he wants to go as much as humanly possible, which is significant, as everyone has major flexible schedules. But I fear this "cruel/unfair punishment" (his conclusion) is sometimes going to break him since he still feels he's capable of driving and actually is frequently alert to drive, have conversations and do many things. How else can we handle this? I feel the excessive sleeping, is his acceptance of defeat and feeling imprisoned, coupled with a lot of unexplained dizziness, which is prob severe dehydration, yet, we cannot get him to drink much. I'm so eager to make his life better during these beginning stages. I fear we're rushing him to advanced dementia stages by not understanding his needs.