My 83 year old mom - hasn't been doing well since late April but before that -- no real issues for 4 years. Most recently, she was recovering from UTI but not getting better. She lives alone in NC, we had her rehospitalized and my husband went to NC to be with her while in the hospital. While in the hospital, found out she had sepsis -- so they started treating her for that. About a week into her stay...she gets pneumonia (my hubby got sick too so I think they both caught something when she was first admitted in the ER) so that delays her for another week and makes her super weak. So after two weeks in hospital, finally discharged. We get her medically transported up here to where we live in MD to a very nice rehab hospital (she was there 4 years ago and did wonderful there). She's been there just a few days so far. Her health conditions include some early dementia symptoms and arthritis but that is really it. She seems to be adjusting but not like she did when she was here four years ago. She is currently off her antidepressant and Aricept as she still has 4 days left of antibiotics and she can't take them together. But she seems a little withdrawn...not eating at the dining room or stuff like that yet. But she is eating (in her room) and doing the therapy so far. Am I just expecting too much too soon?