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My my mother-in-law is 90 years old. She is almost bedridden now. Hospice is coming in a couple times a week and we visit her 3-4 evenings a week. I was wondering if I should start going through the day also?

That's such a highly personal decision, it really depends on whether or not she appreciates your visits, whether you can do so without hardship, and what your conscience tells you.
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There’s not a right answer for this. You should visit as much as it brings her comfort, brings you a sense of peace about her, and as often as needed to advocate for her care, showing the staff that this is a person who’s loved and cared about. The staff will care more when they see the family care
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