After all the problems with mum in that horrid Assessment Hospital we thought she would be fine in her new home. She was fine for a few days and then we had a call to say she had been attempting to climb the fence and then she tried to get out of the window. She took her clothes off and went in other rooms to wake them. We spoke to the manager and was told she needed more medication at these times. She has Vascular Dementia and this is what happens each time it " FLARES UP ". They asked if mum had always been a busy lady as it seems that she will never be still, she has always got to be on the move. Mum is now in hospital because she was found lying in the hallway at 5-45 am yesterday. She had fallen and she has broken her hip. She is having surgery today. Yesterday was awful for her, she is very confused and frightened. She wouldn't take any medication, she wouldn't eat or drink and she was constantly trying to get out of bed and then screaming out in pain. I phoned the hospital this morning and was told she had had a very rough night, she even pulled the drip out of her hand. We could see that was going to happen as she tried tugging at it while we were there. It's just so sad to see mum in the state she is in. How much more suffering has she got to go through ? Has anyone else been in this situation, any advice please?