She is in good health (most of the time) and has dementia (as do most in the facility). She has learned to open the doors and leave. I just learned the hard way that the facility is not an "official lock down facility". We went to considerable trouble to move her from a secure memory care facility to this home in the town she had lived in from 1952 until 2014. My sister and my two stepbrothers live there and she has had a lot of visitors from her church. I live in the metroplex (Dallas/Fort Worth area) and had her here for the past 4 years. We moved her because she was getting UTI infections and was sent to the hospital several times. The ER/ hospital visits were wearing on my sister and me and very confusing to my mother. My sister doesn't want her to come back here (and I understand and appreciate that). But now we will have to move her somewhere that none of us are near. To be perfectly honest, I didn't visit her much when she was in memory care near me. She had full time entertainment and didn't seem to know/care if I visited. She's pretty good at entertaining herself but loves attention. I guess I'm just venting.