Our mom has been in a dementia care facility for 3 weeks. She's 89. She landed there after a stint overnight in an ER and then two weeks in a geropsychiatric unit after she stopped eating, had her neighbors in a tizzy, and called the police several times. She has a long history of mental illness but she's always been pretty functional, but now she's at an age and state where she needs a more help was not willing to accept this untl she was backed into a corner. Anyway, at the geropyschiatric hospital they diagnosed her with moderate to severe dementia and told us to find a dementia care place. She's been diagnosed with moderate to severe dementia. The place we found for her is nice, and small and homey. However, most of the residents are quiet and compliant, whereas our mom is manipulative, childish, sneaky, and smart and demands to get her way. She is upsetting the balance of the place and now they are suggesting that she leave because "she seems so unhappy here." We really don't want to move her as we don't know that any other place would be better and the moving is very tough on her. How do we approach this situation? Are there better environments for difficult people like her?