My mom was doing pretty well physically in her memory care facility and I could still have a pretty good simple conversation with her 2 months ago. Then she either fell and broke her hip or broke her hip and fell. She had surgery to repair the fracture and was in hospital for 4 days then rehab for about a month. They did have her up and walking with a walker although it did seem painful for her. They had her sleeping in a recliner close to the nurses station because she tried more than once to get up and fell. After discharge she was sent back to her memory care facility and her dementia has gotten much worse since the surgery. PT has been coming in but not able to get her to do too much because it is too painful for her. Yesterday I decided no more PT for her. I just want her to be as pain free as possible. She is in a wheelchair and when she went to a doctor appointment for xray, I could hear her yelling in pain when they were getting her on the table. She is 95 years old and I just want her to be comfortable. She is on quite a bit of pain meds. I sometimes get the feeling that her facility doesn't want the extra burden that she demands. We are going to be paying more for the higher level of care that she requires. At her age, should they still be trying to get her up and walking again?