I have become my moms caregiver after she had a stroke on Mother’s Day. I am 59 and married for 32 years. Mom is 77 and dependent on me for a lot of her cares. She can feed herself, can stand for very short periods, and can use the bathroom. She cannot be left long by herself. So far maybe an hour at most. She needs help dressing, bathing, cooking, cleaning, laundry, etc. I took early retirement in order to do this but am &eking overwhelmed lately. She does not qualify for any help from the county but cannot afford in home care either. Suggestions??
So i have this week off, whoopie : )Ive told dad i'm going out, feel like ive not gone out much and i think thats why my mood has been low. Of course i will make sure i help with mum first if i go out when its a no harriet day.Dad has decided to get 2 single beds so ive helped write a list of all the new size bedding stuff he needs, going to collect that this afternoon.dont worry E4now that...
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