My friend and her family have been living with the diagnoses of als for almost 4 years. She has been good till she ended up in the hospital for a week , with numonia,now she is back home in a hospital bed and has round the dlock care from a healthe nurse and family, It has been brought to my attention that one of the family members, a niece that lives there thinks she should be in a home, so that the girls don't have to see her and help look after her.Any one with advice on which is best at home for as long as possible or moved into a home.
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