I moved my mother from out of state 1 month ago as her memory changes were quickly deteriorating. I have her on a "cancellation " list for a very good neurologist at UAMS for a dementia evaluation. I am going to have to apply for guardianship after the official diagnosis because my mother thinks she is perfectly fine and is going to fight me tooth and nail on any medical care or placement. My questions are: how am I ever going to get her in the car for the evaluation as she won't leave her apartment and is angry all the time, And question number two is that she is mostly hostile verbally because we have taken away her car. She is so angry about that she calls the police to report it stolen frequently and is on a constant "loop" about the car missing. Every time she calls me and my family members it's about the car and how much she paid for it and how she is calling the law and an attorney. I first tried saying it was broke and that we were having it looked at, we even disabled it but she called a wrecker to take it to a repairmen. I then said her son out of state needed the car but now she calls and harasses him. I've given her reasons why she can't drive even backed it up with DHS and a nurse practitioner saying she can't drive but she does not believe me she doesn't remember them coming to her home and thinks that she is perfectly fine to drive and that I've stolen her car. She cant get past this obsession with her car and that's the only converstion we have. It's hard to visit her because she is angry when I walk in the door and starts in about the car and starts verbally attacking me. Any suggestions for my 2 immediate problems?