As I go to leave at the end of a visit mom's starting to ask several questions, (primarily in the day visits) like "You're taking me with you right? Can I come home with you? You're leaving already? Are you just gonna leave me here? Where are we going?" etc.. It doesn't matter if we've just returned to the facility from an outing or I've been there for 2-3 hours because she doesn't remember. Sometimes she cries, other times not and other times, she will simply say "Ok, you should get going, let me walk you to the door" and hugs and kisses me goodbye. So its hard to be prepared for the unknown, but I'm trying to navigate through this journey as best as possible. There's no rhyme or reason to the behavior. She loves the staff and always says they treat her well. I try and time my a.m. departures with activities scheduled and have her join in the activities but she'll say "I'll do that later or I don't want to unless you do?" even though she's a very friendly, active person. I want mom to interact with the other residents, once she's in an activity she's fine and her friendly self. It will be a month on the 16th of September that mom has been at the Memory Care Facility, so it is still fairly new. I'm looking for any suggestions on how to deal with this situation as productively as possible. I will no doubt feel guilty no matter what I say/do but I want to give mom as much comfort as I can whenever I can. Thanks in advance!