Is a memory care unit for alzheimers severe stage. My mom is in good health except for her mind. She talks nonstop about things that are not reality. She says, I don't want to do what those ladies want me to do. I don't have time. Then she asks me if I will help her tell them. She still knows me somewhat and tells me she loves me and thanks me all the time. She is having difficulty going in the car as she becomes scared thinking the sky is water and I will get in the water. She has always been afraid of water. Do they watch them in memory care? What is the environment like? She does not like to be alone, especially at bed. She is scared by herself. She always lived with family and never on her own. I have been taking care of her for 2 years, but I am getting worn out. She talks nonstop and doesn't make much sense.Her mind just seems to be so active. She goes from one thing to another. Talking about these people, then saying I don't have my watch. Always checking to make sure nothing is lost.She can't just sit and watch tv. Starting to get incontinent off and on. Hard to find food that she likes. She is taking zyprexa and zoloft. My brother who she lived with before me for 30 years,died 2 years ago. She keeps saying she wants to go home, and says to me I will call you. Well, there is no home to go to. I tell her that she now lives with me. What if she trys to leave the memory care unit? Need some input from those of you who have experience in a memory care unit. Also mom only gets social security and I filed 2 months ago for VA aid and attendance. How do you know what places take medicare/medicaid. Is there any good places that take Medicaid, or not? I'm torn about this and will try to keep her as long as I can, but I need to get prepared so Im not in a crisis zone.