Hi, I’m sorry you’re going through that. Sounds like he has a diagnosis of Frontotemporal dementia? That can be particularly challenging for caregivers. I recommend my book, of course, because it’s the only one on the market about caring for someone who is in assisted living. I also think that you’re doing the best you can! You can still be an amazing caregiver and not be with him 24/7. In fact, I think it makes you a better caregiver because you have time for yourself and then more, emotionally stronger time to dedicate to him when you visit.