Although MIL has eaten lunch in her Assisted Living comples everyday for the past 2 years 3 months, and spent 1000's of hours in the communial lounge, she does not recognise any of it from one day to the next and truly believes that she cooks her own lunch. By and large she has been Ok and has kept her persisent questions (I want to go home, have you sold my house, don't know what I'm doing here) for when she gets back to her flat at about 4 o'clock and starts to ring us non stop until 7 pm. However, we have seen quite a decline in her memory over the past month and she is now addressing these questions to other residents, especially over lunch. Although they are lovely, patient people I think she is now beginning to annoy them. Getting her to sit at another table is probably never going to happen as she has sat in the same place for the place for two years. I suppose if anyone is offended they could always sit somewhere else but I don't see why they should move. Going for lunch is the only thing that will get her out of her flat so we don't want to stop it. Any suggestions?