She was mostly fine in the acute rehab hospital, it was a place her mother rehabbed in 50 years ago. We have moved to her to subacute with a stellar reputation among friends and family and 5 stars on medicare.gov. She is convinced that everyone who cares for her wants money, points to the locked closet in her room as "proof" of something. Yesterday, a terrible mistake was made and a case manager came into her room and told her that she was being discharged to a long term care facility. She knew that this was an error, but didn't ring for someone (I don't trust anyone here) and she grabbed her piece of paper with all our phone numbers on it. She wouldn't give it up to the aides who tried to help her call us. She's been tested for UTI twice inthe last two days, so that's not what's going on, apparently. I'm venting, but if anyone has advise, I'm happy to hear what you have to say.