A month ago we received a phone call from the nursing home 10 minutes by walk from my house where Antonietta was in waiting list since about 3 years ago. They had a place for her! In a couple of days we moved her in the new nursing home but we were afraid about her reactions. How could she react in a new bigger nursing home, with news people? First of all she was a little disoriented, but I think it is a normal reaction for everyone in a new place. Nurses and doctors in the new nursing home are very lovely and friendly, so she was happy but a little nervous. The new nursing home organizes lots of activities: bingo, music, games... An "animator" asked to my mum to help her to insert Antonietta in some activity groups, so we add her to the music one. She likes to sing! The new nursing home is better then the old one. We can visit her in the moring and in the afternoon from 2pm to 7.30pm. if we want we can have lunch or dinner with Antoniette. The doctor told us we can pick up Antonietta and go out sometimes, if we want. Sometimes they will organize some activities outside, in the garden and some short trip for patients. They also organize birthday party once a month and there are some volounteers which help and play with patients. In the old nursing home, during last months they used to put Antonietta in bed after lunch until dinner time. Sometimes she had dinner in bed too. This happen because she speaks continuously when she is excited or not very quiet and it seems nurses don't like to have her around. The same thing happened with an other couple of people with the same problem of Antonietta So, what do you think about take Antonietta out from nursing home for a couple of hours for a walk or a short trip around the city?