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First of all thank you everyone for putting their 2 sense in , I'm going thru a major issue with my elder mom we are 4 children I am a divorced 50 year old living withbmyba sister due to financial hurricane our country went thru and yes apparently the economy is great but in my case it hadn't so I lost my job and its been hard pressed to find a decent job at my age I was living with my mom and due to those financial setbacks we are living at my sisters house. It's a small house and now I'm living with my mom in the same room its getting Sooooo stressing ,also my mom has a sister who recently was diagnosed with terminal cancer ,suffers from depression and she lives out of the country , had another sister who suffers from depression and has another sister who has Alzheimer and shes almost a vegetable , so all this is happening at the same time all our belongings are in a warehouse which one them we recently lost with all of her belongings ,so shes been pretty upset at us, She is becoming very stressed a d very erratic and forgets things constantly and blames it on me ,i am also ADHD and so I misplace things all the time , so my sisters And I are trying to find help and a solution to help us navigate this issue with my elder mom we don't what to do and things seem to be getting worse ,we keep avoiding doing something about it, I don't want to leave her alone because of I leave she wouldn't have anyone to live with ,she doesnt want to livevwoth any of my sisters because she doesn't get along with their husbands
So please anyone give me some suggestions what to do . thank you again
Hope to hear from you all soo thanks

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lifeguard where do you live? someone here maybe someone in that country can help.
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I'm sure the change has been difficult for everyone. Contact your local area agency on aging, ask about caregiver services for you/sisters, in home services for mom and ask if they have a local adult medical day care. Mom could go, she'd be supervised and she may enjoy it. Mom could be experiencing depression, dementia or there could be something else medical going on. You need to take time for yourself, even if it's just 15 minutes, do something you enjoy, read, take a walk etc. You are not alone, there are many caregivers who are also frustrated and many who have felt the worsening economy. Don't give up. good luck
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I believe she is not in the US, Pam.
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Fine then, get her a place with people her own age, Assisted Living or a Nursing Home. Your county office of the aging can help.
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