I am really on edge, living with 2 elder parents myself and letting outsiders in. But here I am contemplating trying to get some help for mom with personal care (that has been a challenge for 3 years and that she has consistently rejected). The warmer weather has resulted in dad's nose detecting or contributing to his feeling there is more odor. I have a couple calls out for respite programs to give it a try again, just to focus on the goal of her personal care...but wonder if I am taking an unnecessary risk for all of us considering the track record of resistance and failure and that those who provide in -home care could be anywhere at any time and be exposed and bringing it in. One agency claimed to be encouraging the limitation of their staff to work and home only...but come on...I wouldn't believe that for a second. It's evident there is a lot of stupidity out there. I'm also wondering about a workman or two coming in for a day or less to install some kitchen appliances that have been waiting on our living room floor for months. I'm just running a little scared. I have an N-95 I am reusing when I go to the store and shop and take all the precautions I can...but mom is 97 with dementia, dad now 103 and stubborn...What are you all doing?? PS PLEASE: do not suggest the personal care ideas of the no-rinse this or that or the spa day set up. My mother's personality and the relationships are such that they cannot be considered.