My 97 yo mum experienced a couple significant falls in April of this year. She was sent to rehab and diagnosed with moderate dementia (which surprised me - but if I think back, there may have been subtle signs). About a month later, she was reevaluated with the same score. She's been in rehab this whole time with daily PT and limited visitation from family due to Covid. I live on the other side of the country so depend on my family for whatever information they can gather and pass along to me as well as weekly calls to the facility with scant info. Yesterday, they reevaluated her and said her score jumped 3 points for the better. She is also improving quite a bit with her mobility. She was at first non weight bearing for the first couple months. Now she is walking 150 steps with help. So...I'm wondering if her overall well being is improving which can improve the cognitive state or...am I just hoping against hope?