Long time lurker-first time poster. Thank you to everyone that has helped me throughout this journey for the past 2 years that my Mom's health has been declining. She has been in and out of the hospital after a hot streak of no ER/hospital visits in 7 months! She was doing the UTI-Hospital-Rehab cycle for a year. I finally got her home and through this site was able to keep her well enough to stop the cycle. In January, her behavior started changing, and I thought UTI. She did have a bacterial infection and pneumonia. She came back home, but her symptoms (confusion/not being able to sleep or articulate a cohesive sentence, calling out for her sisters) continued. I also took her back in Feburary, and she was only there overnight because her test results(from CT scan/Xrays/blood work/UA) came back negative. She just came back last Monday 3/19 after a 4 day stay. She was on Risperidone 2mg for schizophrenia for 17 years, but they changed her medication to Quetiapine 25 mg at night and 25 mg in morning. Now for my question-She has an appointment with her psychiatrist on the 11th. The Quetiapine has been helping with sleep at night, but I gave it to her in the morning and it makes her very sleepy. I only have been giving it to her at night. After a week of being home and getting back into our routine she is having trouble eating/and speaking. She wont eat unless we feed her. Should I try the 25mg in morning also and see how that goes? Keep giving it to her at night only? Do 1/2 pill in the morning 12.5 mg and 25 mg at night? I posted this under dementia because the Dr's always say she has it, but I haven't noticed the symptoms. January was when she didn't "come back to me" like she usually does.