If someone did do that, what agencies did you involve and get help from? My dad and sister do not want me to bring mom home to my house. But, they are not driving 45 min each way to visit 3 times a week and seeing mom and what she looks like and the changes that are occuring.
She has frontal temporal dementia (different from alzheimer's) no longer walking, talking, dressing, bathing,eating independently, toileting.... She has recently been put on seizure meds but she does not have seizures.
She cries, but has no tears, dehydrated? She was asleep with her jaw wide open, not her mouth, but her jaw. you could see her jaw bones wide open looking at the outside of her face, they were stretched that wide. There is so much but I have to stop for now. I just feel helpless. I don't want my mom to die there without family. I do not want her to be without hugs, she hasn't had family around her since this covid 19 started. I hurt, but nothing like she does. She is hurting so much. It is just not right. I had the nose swab, the deep nasal swab and Neg for the virus. I wanted to see mom the moment I got the results which was less than 24 hours later, but couldn't. That would have been a safe time. I live with no one, I had not been around anyone... anyway.....
Has anyone taken their loved one home after having them in a facility? What was it like? What agencies did you have involved? Were you glad you did it?