My 81 year old friend is the the hospital for mixing up (she took too much) her dementia and high blood pressure medications. After five weeks in the hospital, she is doing very well on the dementia med they are giving her. She is very aware of what happened and able to hold a coherent conversation. We are only allowed to talk to her on the phone due to COVID. The hospital assessment she was given five weeks ago determined beginning stages of dementia. Based on that assessment, the doctor reported to social services that she needs to be in assisted living. Shouldn't she be reassessed? Should I seek another opinion? Social services wants me to be her guardian as soon as the courts open back up, so if she needs assisted living, I need to be looking for a place. She is in great physical shape, but does need help organizing her bills and checkbook. She also gets confused with the controls to her heat pump.