Hello, I know that this topic has been explored in previous discussions, but I wanted to see if I get some concrete suggestions, tools, devices, etc., that may help a LO who is experiencing Delirium on top of Dementia in a Rehabilitation facility. Three weeks ago, my mother (78 y/o) experienced a heart attack at her ALF. She was subsequently airlifted to a larger hospital with a 24-hour cardiac unit. There, they discovered that she also had pneumonia. After many tests and procedure (catheterization), they noticed various things related to her heart. After speaking to the doctor, my mother decided to opt for an internal ICD. Last Friday, she was sent to a rehab facility. Since then, I have pulled two all-nighters and my partner pulling an all-nighter to ensure that she knows where she's at and to ensure that she doesn't get out of bed (PT had to clear her first). Since she was bedridden for three weeks, she has lost some strength. She is able to sit in a wheelchair but not walk. So, here's the thing: my mother is scared, confused, and lost. Besides placing creature comforts in her room, what are some other strategies, tools, or devices that are helpful in this kind of situation? I know that Rehab is generally not a comfortable situation, but I also don't want her to fall, which will probably send her back to the hospital. Ideally, we are trying to get her back to ALF since this is where she is most comfortable.