My mom who is an otherwise physically healthy person broke her hip twice. She fell as they were packing to leave their independent apartment due to being isolated and locked down. They moved to another facility that does not lockdown because they are strictly independent apartments. This is their first move from their home of 30 years which will be closed on next week. My Dad is 91 my Mom 77. She was not cooking, cleaning, yard work, paying bills - my sister and I had been doing all of that at their house. She maintained she was depressed since her sister had suffered a very unexpected stroke that left her unable to communicate or care for herself and she thought she was having stroke symptoms too. Doctors disagree. My dad is blind and physically challenged moving around. She fell trying to get out of bed in the hospital and when she got to rehab after a week did the same thing and had to have another surgery to make repairs. She called us and cried everyday in rehab, bring me home I will do therapy there. We brought her to their new apartment and she sat down and has not moved. She will not participate in therapy, shower, dress, NOTHING. Taken her to a psychiatrist who is working with her and medicated her for depression but she just does not try at all to participate in that either. She can barely get around even though it’s been 3 months since her surgery. When I ask her to take walks during the day she says she does not want to hear that. How much is depression and how much is her letting us know she does not like the new situation, which my dad loves since they have meals, no more medication reminder worries, and house cleaning every week. Anyone dealt with a situation like this?