Why is my mum always in her room?

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She only comes out to go to the toilet or get dinner or food/water. I need her, what do I do?

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I think Halo has left the building because the writer never answered any of the questions that were asked by the writers a month ago :(
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How old are you, Halo?
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Does she have a television in her room?
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My mom has lived with me for 20 plus years. She has dementia now. Prior to this year, she worked ( she loved it). She always went to her room and watched tv. I thought it was kind of normal. We ate together , shopped , had family over. But she still liked her privacy and so did we. Now , what a change a year can bring. She's rarely in her room. She's in the family room. Fox News on 12 hours a day. Kind of wish she liked her room again
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Dear Halo,

I would talk to your mum's doctor about your concerns. Is your mom depressed? Needs different activities? Suffering from side effects of her medication? Has another undiagnosed health situation?
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What do you need her for? Is she capable of doing more than that?
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Diagnosis?
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