I didn't notice it before because I was so impressed with how clean and well run my mom's place is and the great ratio of caregivers to residents, but it seems mom is kind of the odd one out. She has moderate severe dementia, but still talks and walks. Most of the people where she lives need a lot of assistance in their wheelchairs and are a lot older, and it's a mix of those with and without dementia. Those without dementia don't associate with mom, and those with it are in a later stage of dementia and don't talk. Mom looks at those with more dementia, like why am I here, and those without it she doesn't really notice. I feel like she's a fish out of water, but where she's living is a well run place with many caregivers to help her when she needs it. Anyone else feel this way? I just want mom to not only be well cared for, but also feel comfortable. It's hard to check off all the boxes, but I am extremely grateful she is getting excellent care.