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She needs help going to the bathroom and changing her adult diper she is on oxygen and can't hardly walk with out a walker.

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The person who mentioned assisted living was not listening. Limited funds! Hello!Could you stay with her one night and maybe enlist some friends or church people and also check into medicaid .Ask her doctor if he can order some home help. Depending on diagnosis, maybe able to get hospice. Medicare covers it. Maybe someone would live and help for free room and board? My mom is inj same situation . We have limited funds. I am 63 yo and getting tired without help .call dept of family and children services your county to see about medicaid. I get pissed off people mentioning assisted living to me when mom gets 960 a month, no assess and no family.good luck
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Would she be willing to try a month at Assisted Living? She might actually like it, she would never be alone again.
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Where is she living? (Apartment, single floor home, mobile home, etc)?

Who stays with her/how does she get along during the day?

Would she be eligible for Medicaid?

She is incontinent and needs oxygen and walks with a walker. Does she have any signs of dementia? What other impairments are in the picture?

Sorry for so many questions, but a little more information might result in much more specific answers.
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