After a hellacious few weeks of a hospital admission and a stay at a geriatric psych facility, my mother is finally being transferred to a long-term memory care center tomorrow. Our healthcare advocate suggested not visiting until she's settled, which I've definitely heard before in my online research, but I feel very uncomfortable about that. She's still "with-it" enough to recognize and understand the changes and we've been visiting almost every day the past few weeks, as we were not entirely comfortable with the level of her care. I'm worried that she'll be totally confused and feel suddenly abandoned and she's been waiting desperately to get to see her grandchildren again. What is the rationale behind not visiting initially? I'm not totally opposed if I really thought it was in my mom's best interest. I'm going to call the care facility to hear their take on it, but I'd love to hear your thoughts and experiences. Thanks in advance!