My husband and I have been married 32 years and out of that has been 30 years taking care of one mother, then two mothers and back to one mother. Before the virus mom was going to a adult day care which worked but took an hour and half of my day driving back and for over 3 miles for free pick up. She is now starting to talk to herself because she has no one to talk to. For 15 of those years I took care of the 2 of the in the same household and they did not get along. And my mom never contributed money for bills. When WIL passed, they told mom she needed to pay something. Now it's getting to the point all mom wants to do is spend her money on figureines and not help pay bills, and put up temper tantrums. My mom lost her house because she was to busy going to fast food restaurants and buying food for her and her dog and was not buying her medicines and paying rent so we took her in. 12+ years ago I was laid off and now 24/7 caregiver. So we lost my income and can't get a job because all of mom's dr.s appointments (she can't drive anymore). So now with this virus all she does is cry 75% of the day crying woe is her. We are getting tired of it. The other day I was in a very dark place and cops came to the door to see if I was ok. Because I emailed my doctor on how bad it was. Since then she gave another medication that is helping. But we decided that mom needs to go somewhere where there are more people to talk to. Because she has used up all her money and we are struggling ourselves, we probably need someplace that will accept Medicaid. How do I break the news to mom and is it hard to get someone into a memory care facility? Early signs of dementia.