I do her laundry, take her to doctors and shop for her. My 90 year old mom can wash and dress herself. She handles taking her own medications. I am home with her all day and don't work. I do mom's laundry, shopping, take her to doctor appointments, stayed with her in hospital emergency room, visited her regularly in the hospital, I speak with her doctors and I am there for Home Nurse visits, I document and stay on top of her care, I pick up prescriptions, and make sure she is safe in my home as she walks with a cane, gets dizzy off and on, and currently has severe pain from gout. She says she doesn't want to feel like a burden. My husband feels she should contribute a regularly on a monthly basis to our household for living with us. She can afford to pay us as she is financially stable,has good investments and a large amount of savings. Also, she will soon be selling her house that is mortgage free. My husband feels that she should contribute financially to us on a monthly basis for living with us. So, what do you think is a fair amount for mom to pay us each month for living with us and the care we provide her?