Dad has been in his new ALF for about a week, and for the most part, he seems to be doing...OK. The staff has been able to finally get him to have breakfast and dinner in the dining room, and they are all REALLY nice. He's found some table buddies, but when I say he literally seems to have declined overnight, that's no exaggeration. Daily, I physically show him where his clothes are (he picked out where he wanted to put them), but he insists that his clothes are gone. I will show him where they are again, and it's like we never had the conversation. Despite his home oxygen tank being right in front of him, he says he can't find it, so he hasn't been wearing it in the room. The staff will come by and help him put it on, but means he's without it for several hours a day. I'll show him where it is, but he forgets as soon as we have the conversation. Things that he was doing at his former ALF seem so foreign to him, and he's frustrated, and I feel awful. I feel like it's my fault because I moved him. I expected a transition period, but nothing like this. Any tips?