My 95 year old mother was diagnosed with dementia this fall. Her memory is mostly ok, but judgment and decision-making are poor. She moved to an assisted living memory care unit in September. She recently had a bout with bronchitis that flared her COPD. This was two weeks ago. She has been very weak with rapid, shallow breathing since. She was hospitalized for a few days last week. I have a meeting today with her PA, charge nurse, and my mother. They are going to recommend hospice. All other vitals and bloodwork are good. I understand that she needs care right now beyond what they normally offer in this facility, but concerned about whether this is the best thing and about her possibly having to be moved again, as she still wasn't adjusted to the first move. Thoughts?