Hello. My mum was diagnosed with alzheimer's last winter and is already at the middle stage, possibly later. She has always been very determined to stay in her own home for as long as possible, and has four care visits a day which have been so helpful as she doesn't have any family or friends close by, I am 40 miles away. We have always looked to move mum closer to my sister and I and there are some lovely assisted living flats round the corner which would be ideal. However, mum has gone down hill so quickly I'm not sure how fair it is to move her twice as I assume at some point she will need to go into a care home. You couldn't say mum is a danger to herself, she stays in the small world she feels safe in so hasn't left her flat in over a year so hasn't ever wandered. She is either in her bed or sitting at a table, she won't go into her kitchen so there is no issue of leaving gas on. But she is just living from one care visit to the other and without medication, suffers from panic attacks which stop her getting to the bathroom and end with a call to 999 by the carers. She struggles in washing herself now and has to walk with a frame. I worry that she is alone all night, although she has a panic button she forgets it's there. She is suffering from depression and I think being closer to me and my sister will help but I don't know how she will cope with potentially two moves. If anyone has some thoughts, I'd be very grateful to hear them, thank you.