Who helps the caregiver financially? There has to be a way for the caregiver to get some financial support.
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Parent is sole caregiver for her ADULT disabled child in her home. Lawyers or Support organizations in Albuquerque NM area who can assist?
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My brother is coming to visit and to give me a respite. How do I keep him from giving my Dad too much beer?
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Am I the only one who thinks the food at these assisted living places are not very nutritious?
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My wife (75) is shows signs of dementia. She refuses to go to her doctor. How do I get her in the car and to the doctors?
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Can I be kept from visiting my father-in-law?
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Mom signed the papers to leave AL at the end of March with my brother taking her home. I don't agree. Any advice?
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2 hrs ago
How long can a 95 yr old stroke patient live in hospice care without water or any nourishment?
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What to I do if my Dad at 87 is all of the sudden a dirty old man? Otherwise mentally fit?
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Is it normal she's so negative?
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Value of inherited items. Any advice?
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How do you cope when your Alzheimer's parent doesn't remember the family?
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4 hrs ago
Is $8000 a typical legal fee to "guarantee acceptance in 1 month to Medicaid" in mid-FLA, or is this a scam? Dad insists on this lawyer...
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My husband's Alzheimer's Disease seems to have changed and he is sleeping most of the time. Is this a sign of the last stage?
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5 hrs ago
Do you need a Medicare Advantage Plan if you are in the nursing home or will Medicare pick up hospitaliations, etc.?
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What do I do when my husband with Alzheimer's doesn't want the medication?
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As power of attorney for a neighbor/friend, can I get paid for meal and pill assistance?
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Can I get paid to take care of my elderly Mother from the state?
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My mother is now on Medicaid in a nursing home and Hospice Care. Do we need to continue the Medicare supplement and Plan D Rx insurance?
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My husband is stage 6 Alzheimer's, he has now been diagnosed with congestive heart failure and his liver is failing.
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