So, I’ve known deep down that dementia was setting in with my 75-year old mother. She’s been thru the wringer in her lifetime and now isn’t any better. I’m a noob as her current full time caregiver and I’m taking care of her because she broke her hip. Her father passed in 2005, COD was listed as “dementia and Parkinson’s”; dementia was inevitable for mom. She is #2 of 4 kids, all girls. Sister #3 was her BFF but she lost her 20-year battle in late 2018 with LMS. The dementia and post-op recovery is manageable...however, the “sundowners” and post-anesthesia memory loss is making it more difficult. Sometimes I feel like I’m chasing after a toddler; having to explain the same things multiple times a day, every day; etc, is pretty hard to watch. Now, throw in the oldest and youngest sisters. They have started to (IMHO) harass her for possessions she has from when their parents passed. She died in 1994 and he died in 2005. Why bring this all up now? Are they just being vultures? What can I do to protect my mom, if anything? The sundowners and PAML could be only temporary, but it could take several months to return. Any help is appreciated! Thx!