Sorry to hear this, but I will now hopefully give you advice that isn’t needed.My Mum has has assessments done. Bloods taken this morning. CT Scan being booked. Looks to be Alzheimers. All the signs. Thankfully my Dad still has his marbles but they are both late 70s. Hard to see it but it happens. Onwards. Upwards. Looks like a lot of journeys between Cambridgeshire and Wiltshire.
Please make sure that you or someone gets Lasting power of attorney, medical and financial, this will make sure that their wishes will be accommodated.
If possible, and if she’s willing, get her to go to the memory clinic, they might be able to help.
If your Dad is anything like mine, ( and I’m sure he is), he is about to work himself into the ground looking after his lovely wife. You need to support him, more than her. This might sound wrong, but she is going to slowly sink into another world, he’s going to witness his love slowly leaving him, be there for them both, but especially him.
My only other advice, is look after yourself or whoever is the main carer, this is a long and difficult road.
One last thing, take lots of pictures, I wish I had, Mum left us, and I don’t have enough pictures.