My Grama was denied enrollment to a day program so I can go to college. She never had the opportunity to decline in her cognitive abilities over time, she was hit by a car shortly after being diagnosed and that was that. Perhaps both a blessing to not have to deal with the heartbreak of knowing that your mind will be changing, and a curse because I've never really had the opportunity to make the progress as slow and little as possible.
Nonetheless, my mom works graveyard shift and needs the day to sleep, during the day I will be in class, and my brother is at work; we were really hoping to get her into a day program so she can not only socialize but have a better quality of life, all the while my mom gets the rest she needs, and I get my education. It's plausible to have an outside caregiver come while I am at school, but I really believe it would benefit her to socialize with others. Today she was denied admittance to a day program because she wasn't able to be redirected and she threw something at another patron. I'm hoping that the supervisor stays true to her word and contacts me in regards to programs that may accept her, but I just feel completely hopeless right now. Any wise words or similar stories would be very much appreciated. Thank you all for taking the time to read my question, take care