My mother recently spent a month in a nursing facility for PT following a lengthy hospital stay. She was very apprehensive about going. She insisted I be there twice a day, which I was for minimally 2 hrs in the am and 2 hrs in the pm every day. Because I was there so much, I'm pretty confident that the staff was good to her. I knew all their names (as did she) and after she settled in, she seemed happy enough, liked the food and the people. The day she left, I had to wheel her all around to say goodbye to all her favorite people. Since then, she has decided that it was a horrendous experience. Every time she talks about it, the story gets worse. Tonight she told me that the dr. there was overmedicating her and her own doctor was shocked when he discovered what "that doctor" had been doing. She even repeated an entire discussion she supposedly had with her own doctor and how angry he was at her follow up appt after discharge. Thing is, I took her to her family doctor after discharge and it never happened. I specifically discussed the changes in her medications (her HBP meds were increased and a second drug was added). Her doctor said to leave the meds as the nursing facility dr. had prescribed and we'd keep an eye on it. A month later, she was feeling dizzy and we called and cut the HBP meds back to her old dose and kept the other medication. So when she added this new enhancement to her tale of woe, I said, Mom, I think your BP was up while you were IP maybe because you were kind of anxious but Dr. Doe knew that and he was ok with it when we went to see him after discharge. We did ultimately cut it back but we kept the other med Dr Smith started you on. She got very angry so I just backed off but I'm not sure how I'm supposed to handle it. I don't want to make her mad by disagreeing with her, she's almost always mad at me but I also really don't want her to have bad memories of this place in case she needs to go back and the memory just seems to be getting worse and worse as she processes it. How would you handle this?