Jeanette Maitland of Aberdeen says the constant stream of new faces looking after her husband Ken took away his basic human right to dignity.
Mr Maitland died last week after being admitted to hospital, but before that, his wife was given help at home with four carers a day. She was initially told that the carers would be from a core group of ten, but she was instead provided with a stream of new faces.
She initially wrote down the names of the carers but, as she told BBC Scotland, this became impossible.
“Each time a new face came so I kept writing, writing, writing, until we're here where we are today with 106 carers," she said.
"Anyone who knows anything at all about dementia will know that they live in fear 87% of the time. Obviously the more regular the voice, the more regular the regime, the constancy of it all helps them to relax and be calm."
"Where is respect for his dignity? I feel I should have sold tickets."
Mrs Maitland added that while she has no complaints about the quality of care her husband was given, he was an intensely private man who would have hated the constant intrusion by new people in his life every day.
Aberdeen City Council has promised to look into the matter to stop it happening again.