Mom has been living in a very nice "continuing care" campus for almost six years. Two years ago, we moved her from the "retirement" to the "assisted" facility; it is now time to move her into the "memory care" unit, as her dementia has become more advanced. The first move was easy, as the view from her window was much better than it had been; however, this is not the case now. What is the least emotionally difficult way to move her into her new setting? She will also now be sharing a room, which she has never done in the past. The care will be much, much more intensive, and the activities more social, so I really believe the move itself is a good idea; I just can't figure out the best way to go about it. Have others successfully dealt with this situation? Her dementia is significant, but she remains a very sweet, grateful, pleasant woman.