I have been dealing with dementia in both of my parents for quite a while now, although we really didn't know that my father had it until the last few months. He was diagnosed with Lewy Body Dementia and succumbed to it last Wednesday. My mother has Alzheimer's and I need to move her closer to me. Her neurologist believes this is good timing for her to go into assisted living. She is currently between stages 4-5, and very able bodied, it is just her mind that has suffered. She has had a 24hr caregiver in her home that she has grown very attached to over the last 4 months, but she is a family member and won't be able to keep up the pace as mom's illness progresses. I have found a nice assisted living facility 3 miles from my home, and believe in my heart it is the best thing for her, but I am very concerned with the anger and displeasure she will have, at least initially, with the move. Does anyone have any advice as to how to handle her anger with the move, and my guilt for doing it to her?