A local ALF backed out on accepting mom, not because she has Alzheimer's but because she cannot sort and pick out her pills without help. She was in respite care for a couple of weeks but is more advanced and more mobile than the majority of the residents there. We did get a statement from the NH that mom is more suited for a ALF than a NH, but is that enough?
She can eat, dress, toilet, move around with her walker without assistance, but she does have trouble chewing tough meats and vegetables. Any suggestions anyone?