My parents are on opposite ends of the aging spectrum. Mom is 90 and dad is 93, mom functions completely on her own while dad has very late stage dementia and requires complete care for ADLs. They are in a wonderful small facility that has allowed them to remain together in an apartment where she receives very little assistance, and he receives the highest level of care. He is completely incontinent and relies on my mother to feed him in the dining room. He has had two serious falls requiring trips to the ER this past month The medical staff at the assisted living facility is now requesting that we move him over to the memory care unit which has a small staff to resident ratio. Mom would be able to walk over and visit anytime she wants. I agree that my mom is under an incredible amount of stress trying to help my dad navigate in a world that he no longer understands. Any suggestions on how to ease his adjustment? They’ve been together 75 years and this will be tough on them for different reasons.