I've been taking care of mom with dementia for several years. I'm still undecided for many reasons but eventually she will need to. Her house has a reverse mortgage so I'm wondering how that will pan out. Will the reverse mort. company immediately demand I move out? I realize I will have to soon enough, but I'm wondering how long I might have. At this point, I think I'd need a few months to save enough to move (I will need/want to move out of state). Of course, there was no mortgage to pay and mom didn't charge me rent (in exchange for taking care of her). I did pay for utilities. I definitely would'nt want to buy the house from the mortgage co, which I understand is an option. I'm hoping someone who has been in this situation can give me advice on exactly what will happen as soon as mom goes to a NH. How do they get notified? Am I obligated to inform them? Does it take time for them to ask me to leave or will they want me out immediately? We do get a form yearly that we need to fill out so I guess at that point I would have to send it in saying she is no longer here. That could give me up to a year to save enough to move, assuming they don't want me out the second mom is no longer living in the house. Thanks in advance!