Has anyone had any experience with trying in home care coming into the house? We have talked to a company that specializes in in home care for AD patients and we are meeting with the caregiver tomorrow. Is there things that we should ask her? We are thinking of having her come in 3 times a week 7 hours a day. We are trying to keep my mom in the house as long as we can but I am afraid with her hallucinations that we may be to late for in home care. She is 84 and lives with my 88 year old uncle (her brother) who helps out but he has problems with his eyesight and hearing. I know not a good mix.
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