Yes, I can offer some advice as I am in a similar situation.
A few things might help.
They all need the help of any of the following; district nurse, OT, GP, physio…depending who can do the necessary first!
I have an electric profiling bed…it sits me up, as I have no core strength at al, it also raises my legsl…Social worker at respite centre got me that, as soon as I got home.
I have an electric air circulating mattress…have tried many to find what`s best…district nurses are so patient with me, through all the changes.
sleep systems…OT or physio have seen me about these.
Placing soft pillows between your knees and ankles will stop bone on bone or skin on skin pressure pain.
Heel protectors made of silicone or foam may help.
I was getting really painful heels for years and nurses treated it as pressure pain, but nothing helped, until it was thought it could be nerve pain, not pressure. So I`ve been on pregabalin for a few weeks and there is definitely a benefit. The pain is reduced by about 90%! I still need my feet supported by a pilllow.
So., hope this lot helps you a bit. It`s a horrible problem when pains prevents a good nights sleep.
How is your hubby coping with broken sleep?
I have a carer sleepover 1 night a week, so my hubby can get a rest, without worrying about me.