Mom is 80 years old, has had Alzheimersand has become very confused in what to do after having a bowel movement. She often seems to forget to use toilet paper when wiping and instead just uses her hands and gets irate when I help her clean up. She has magular degeneration and can not see well so each day results in a horrible mess on her hands, legs, the walls near the toilet, her clothes, the faucet, soap, sink, towels, etc. of which she is totally unaware of. Between this, her urinary incontinence, and her desire to sleep most of the time, her lack of interest in going anywhere, doing anything, and lack of interacting with people or conversing with family members, she cannot dress herself, shower by herself and is now having difficulty feeding herself, or sitting up, instead she constantly lays back in her chair with her eyes closed most of the time. Her 82 year old husband is simply warn out but feels if she is nearing the end he wants to keep her at home instead of having her placed in a care facility, even though it is quite difficult for him and also the other family members at this point. Does it appear she is entering stage seven? Any info you can give on this would be very helpful.