I did a search and saw how some of you are dealing with aging parents who have dementia, so maybe you can shed some light on this for me. My mom is 92 and lives in an apartment in a senior complex. She's not in assisted living but is headed that way. Witin the last year her dementia seems to be getting a bit worst. One big thing I've noticed is how she mentions "other people." Example. About 3 weeks ago she took a fall (didn't break anything) but was in the hospital overnight for observation. I picked her up the next day and asked her how did she fall. She said "someone left a box in the living room with some books on it. I was trying to move it and that's when I fell." (There was no box with books on it.) Because she has trouble walking, she has 5 remote phones placed in various locations in her apartment. I'm always reminding her she has to remember to put the phones back in their chargers when she's done so they'll charge back up. She said "well when other people are here and use the phones they don't put them back." I could go on but you get the idea. Is this a common thing that people with dementia experience? Other people? I'm never cross with my mom and I'm dealing with this with patience and love. I'm just trying to better understand this. Thanks you for your time.