I suffer from hip and back problems, even following surgeries. I am bi-polar, and I suffer from non epileptic seizure disorder. My children are wonderful, and have been my caregivers have been for years.. But they are really suffering from burnout, and I don't blame them one bit. They're young, and they need a lie outside of worrying about whose turn it is to make sure mom isn't gonna wander out the door again. (I did this once sleep walking, decided to go visit a neighbor, in my panties in t-shirt, they have an alarm on the door now.) Or they find a neighbor to babysit me. I know for sure my daughter is tired. She has an attitude towards me. And we use to be very close, and that saddens me. My last seizure, affected me so much, I was lethargic and unconscious for two days before my oldest daughter came over and found me. My son and daughter that live her, they don't check to see if I'm ok, they just go about their business. They're young, they work hard, and when they come home, they assume everything is ok. That particular time, I was hospitalized for 4 days. dehydration, lethargy, Dr. was wonderful, she finally put a name to this disease. I've suffered with t for 4 years. And it hits all of a sudden, whether I'm sleeping, wide awake, driving, working, anything. And it scares me. i need some kind of assistant living, or independent living, or whatever you think is best. I'm only working 1-2 days a week at Wal-Mart as a people greeter for like 4 hour days. But, it gives me insurance I normally wouldn't have anywhere else. And with as many times as I'm in the hospital a year, it's a lifesaver.