I've been taking my grandpa to adult daycare for several months now. His medicaid pays for up to 5 weekdays for his adult daycare and I was told by his daycare when he was first registered that they only charge his insurance for days he actually attends and I don't have to call if grandpa is absent from daycare. Well today, the owner of the daycare complained that I should take him more often because if I only take him once a week, "they" (i'm guessing medicaid) do not pay her (the owner). From my understanding, the owner gets paid more by medicaid if he attends more than once a week. She was trying to stress that I should at least take him 3 times a week. It seems when she suggested this, it was more for her benefit (money wise) than grandpa's benefit. I told her the reason why I do not take him as often is because our schedule changes all the time. Also, since I am a full time caregiver of grandpa, he doesn't have to go to daycare 3-5 days a week. Since grandpa is antisocial anyway and he's 91 years old, it takes awhile to be motivated and get ready, he likes the comfort of his own house where he can roam around freely, read, watch tv, sit in his patio relaxing, and eat home cooked meals. I only take him to daycare whenever I want respite and/or so he can be around other people besides me but I feel pressured to take him to daycare every week. One time I took him at the end of the week and the son of the owner acted as if he resented me as if I did something wrong. Sometimes I don't even feel like taking him there because it's not worth the drive if I feel up to par and I can watch him myself. I'm grateful that there is an adult daycare who did accept his insurance because other adult daycares I've contacted only accepts private pay. How do I deal with this situation?