Surely there must be another form of care for older people age 92 whose health seems to be improving on some days. She says she wants to live to 100. But some days she is really tired and not eating much.
The hard part is over.
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As for not eating much, again when someone is tired they are not burning calories thus they don't need to replace calories. Plus when one gets older their sense of taste isn't there, so food isn't that interesting.... unless it is sweets. Oh my gosh, my parents were into the Little Debbies, pies, cakes, Tastykakes, bakery muffins, the list went on and on... thank goodness they didn't need to watch their sugar intake.
Regular weekly aides and respite care are already provided here, but they are another advantage gained in American hospice care.