Mom is in a memory care unit in a NH. She's much higher cognitively functioning (converses, has some good short term memory, etc) than the other residents, but has been diagnosed with cognitive neurological disorder with behavior disturbance and unspecified dementia. It's been rough on her, and me, because the other residents are much more involved than Mom and they literally stand in front of her and jabber, grab at her and offer her dirt from the floor, but now a new problem has arrived. Yesterday, we found another resident in her bed, which has happened a number of times, at least 3. Today, someone went into her room and opened all her drawers and closet and messed up her stuff. I don't know if anything was stolen, but nothing of monetary value was there. She's very shaken between the strangers in her bed and the "robbery". She's paranoid to begin with and has continually insisted on being moved "somewhere else". She ended up in memory care because she has escape behaviors and strong delusions severe enough to land her in a psychiatric hospital for 10 days. She was placed in memory care for her safety and security, as well as less stimulation and lower resident number. The other residents do not understand, nor can be reasoned with. She keeps her semi-private room door shut, but that hasn't stopped this from happening. Any advice to help with the situation?