My husband's mother moved in with us Nov. 2016- more than a year and a half ago. She has dementia and NO short-term memory. To this day she still thinks that she's visiting. When we tell her that she lives with us she is accepting of it. She says since she doesn't want to live alone, she would rather live here than with her daughter or other son. After that there are constant questions about her house (sold last year) and where her stuff is (in storage here in town). She won't remember that she has drawers full of clothes and at least 9 pairs of shoes here. Should we just stop trying to remind her? What about when she says that she can't go somewhere because she didn't bring the proper clothing? Or when she asks if she brought her dog to our house? I'm getting really tired of correcting her, and I understand that I'm not really supposed to so things will be easier on everyone, but this seems like a no-win situation. Any suggestions?