My mom has dementia and needs to be somewhere but I'm afraid she may be too bad off health wise for just assisted. In August last year she started having spinal compression fractures from severe osteoporosis. Now 6 months later she is all hunched over and in a lot of pain. So much its hard for her to get around and all she does is lay down and sleep all the time. She's lost 30lbs since then. She has some pressure areas from lying around so much. Her backbone really sticks way out now. Forgets meds, forgets to eat and has to be forced to bathe. Aside from that she now has congestive heart failure. Just spent a week in hospital. Today she went into rehab at a nursing home. She is in so much pain. She needs help getting to the bathroom or a chair or to get out of bed. They want to try to strengthen her somewhat to keep her walking and getting around better. I like the assisted living facilities better than the nursing home environment but am concerned they may not take her with her fragile, frail state. Is she too bad off for assisted living?