Hank is not doing well. Now he wants his money in his own checking account so he can get an apartment and live on his own. That ain't gonna happen! The other day he got real hostile and the nurses had me go out the back door to "escape". I got to the truck to find him on the street with 3 nurses trying to get him back inside. He must have went out while somebody was coming in. Hank saw the truck and got in front of it preventing me from leaving, so I slowly backed up and one of the nurses pointed to a exit by going around the back of the Manor and out the other driveway. I was crying as I got to the street. I later got a call from the Manor telling me that they had to call the doctor to OK a shot for Hank to calm him down. I also was asked to sign a release so if he got that bad again that it was OK to give him a shot again. They told me it is mild and can be given up to 6 times a day if it is needed and only if it is needed. The Manor suggested that I come to visit in the mornings because of Sundowers" I had notice, when he was home, that he got worse in the late afternoon and evening.
Friday is Hank's 85th birthday. I am planning to bring a cake for the lunchtime and am also planning to eat with him in the dining room.