BACKGROUND CHECKS !!!
Live in caregivers have to be checked out thoroughly if you don't know one. Try someone in the family first. Background checks are a must. Don't let anyone talk you out of one. Making her home more accommodating for her age requirements and disabilities is something you will... more
Contact your nearest" Area on Aging" Or DHSS . The home will have to be sold if it is in his name( In most states) So that's the biggest first.
That is very difficult because that is her home. Get some pointers from a psychologist if you can. I am sure there are websites out there on "HOW TO APPROACH A PARENT ON GETTING A SMALLER HOME". Probably the AOA( Area on Aging)or DHSS ( Dept. on Health and Senior... more
That's a tough one. Things cherished go in one spot. And things not used in the last year or two, go.
That is up to you. It won't make you a fortune, but depending on what you sell, it will give you some extra $. Look up a website for "how to do a garage sale" . IF YOU ARE NOT SURE ABOUT HOW TO GO ABOUT DOING ONE.
You just want them to check in? Money talks. Sadly even for care of someone. That is difficult to hire someone just to" check in." It isn't really a "job". It will be a time that someone can if they work, not a time you want. Or you can... more
Yes. That is your personal decision. And I would do that.