My mother has advanced vascular dementia, so she is stable for a bit (usually every few months) and then declines suddenly. I was advised to enroll her in hospice following a hospitalization last September. She has since stabilized and improved a tiny bit (in that she can now stand-and-pivot to a wheel chair, scoot around a bit in the wheel chair), so they have discharged her. However, she is non-verbal, can’t feed herself, and sleeps most of the day. She doesn’t interact with people at all, and has a very poor quality of life. Enrolling her in hospice was a shock that I had to adjust to. I had finally wrapped my head around this new reality and seen it as a blessing...and now the world shifts again. I have no idea what to expect. Would appreciate any advice or insights. Thanks!