I know the answer to this is that it varies based on the person, but I guess I am looking for some positive stories about setting in, because all I can remember reading about are stories talking about their loved one wanting to leave. We moved my dad in with us recently, and we knew it was going to be a rough transition, but I am wondering if it will get a bit better with time or if he is always going to see this as a foreign environment. We rented a truck and brought as many of his familiar things with us as we could and even set the room up in the exact same configuration, so I feel like we did everything we could. But he started getting really delusional a few days in, and it seems to be getting steadily worse. It may just be a coincidence, but a lot of it is centers around stories of his wife going to jail (which never happened), how he got here (sometimes he says walking, sometimes he talks about a friend who brought him and is now dead), people trying to come and kill him and many other stories. He rattles the door when he finds it locked and fixates on that. I had been living with him in his home for over a year before this and had locks installed there as well, so that isn't new. And he does this all hours. We are going to talk to a doctor about meds, but I am wondering if people have seen this kind of thing get better over time.