Looking for some suggestions here...my ninety-plus year old mom broke her hip early in the summer and has only recently come home from rehab. One of the first things she did when she got home (lives on her own)was hightail it down to HR at her job(she works full time as an administrative assistant at a university) to keep her job intact. So far so good. We have hired agency aides who are doing 12 hour shifts and again so far so good. She is still doing extensive pt but is mostly able to get around with a walker (wheelchair for longer outings, also uses the walker with the built in seat). But the aides are getting expensive and she is thinking about giving up the night one. I think that this is a mistake, this is her third fall and she would probably be most at risk at night home alone. I am thinking to keep the night one (8-8) who can help her with bath in the evening and getting dressed in the morning. Ideally I would like not to give up either, but, money. Any ideas? Thanks.