I care for my late husbands grandmother who is in late stage alzhiemers, in her home with her husband (grandpa). I have been a CNA for over 20 years and have care for many patients with dementia and I truly enjoy caring for them and especially her. The problem I am having and hoping someone can give me some advice is: My grandpa has moved someone in the home that is around my age, she has a record as long as my arm and is also a very heavy drinker, my aunt-in-law told him that if she is living there she would not bring the kids to visit him when they were visiting (they live out of state) he still chose to keep her in the house. I go there in the morning get grandma up give her a.m meds and feed her breakfast and get her ready for the day. When I leave she is put in a recliner to watch tv and that is where she is for the rest of the day until I come back at night to put her to bed. I cannot stay all day for I have other obligations on a daily basis. This woman is there most of the time drinking alcohol and she cooks for both of them, making things that I have asked her not to make (high sodium foods) she has grandpa going to the store almost daily and I know hes basically supporting her completely. I have made notes and marked things like grandmas brief to see if she gets changed thru the day and she doesnt left juice or water beside her and its still there at bedtime. Being that I am not immediate family i cannot say anything and the immediate family WONT do anything I am at a loss for what I need to do. Can someone give me some advice please?