They charge by how much they do, so my mother’s cost was really going up. My dad hardly needed any help … And then my mom got quite ill, and they figured out he was giving her his medicine, because she was sick and he thought what was wrong with her was the same thing that was wrong with him … They had already put him on one of these drugs that can be used to treat Alzheimer’s — they slow the progress down slightly. But Alzheimer’s is like a staircase. It goes down, and then it can level off, and then it goes down, but it’s always down, it’s never up. So it can go along this way for awhile, but then it will drop. And any time there’s a major change, like when we moved them, that putting them in an unfamiliar environment makes it worse. Evening makes it worse. Cloudy days make it worse.