My mom has never been one to shy away about subjects like death. She has a living will and has told us in no uncertain terms that she wants no extra measures taken to extend her life. It's all recorded, her AL knows this. She has not been happy with the measures the AL has taken to curb the pandemic. She used to take advantage of all they offered (lectures, art classes, etc). Now, she can't do that. We do weekly zoom calls which she enjoys. She had been looking forward to a major family celebration in September - but it got delayed a year. Her response was that she would not be alive to see it. We arranged an in-person window visit. We arranged to 'spring' her from AL for a smaller family get together in about a month - a compensation for the one that got delayed. She said she probably won't be alive in a month. She asked if we remembered where she wanted to be buried. She said she could no longer remember birthdays, etc, and wanted us to mail out the checks and cards, etc. She has vascular dementia and has noticeably gone downhill in the last few months, doing things like asking the same question 2-3 times during a phone conversation. It seems like she has given up and lost the will to live. She is 91. Is this depression talking? Or dementia? Any advice?