After seven years in a very lovely assisted living community, first in the retirement facility, then in assisted living, and now in memory care, my mother, whom I visit daily, has suddenly begun wanting to "go home". She will be ninety-nine this fall, and while up until recently we would take her out frequently for visits, walks, etc., she is no longer mobile, and moving her is very difficult. I try to take her outdoors in her transport chair when the weather permits, and she seems to enjoy this. Today, however, after I'd visited with her for an hour, she accused me of wanting to "get rid of" her when I got ready to leave. I let her caregivers know, and they said she'd been telling them this morning that she wanted to "go home". I left in tears; I don't know how to deal with this, and my siblings live in other parts of the country. Does anyone have any wise suggestions as to how to make Mom happier? Thank you.