I'm getting worried that my Grandma is getting to the end. I've told you guys bits a pieces, but she's still not eating. The only thing we can get her to eat is 3 bites of a baby oatmeal, because it's the only thing that "doesn't taste sweet", she sees people all the time who passed away years ago, keeps saying she wants to go home, that she's been to this park and took a nap in the grass. This morning she woke up scared saying she felt like she went to a funeral. Today is the 5 year anniversary of my Grandpa passing from Lung cancer, and she keeps saying that she knows he's here, but he must just e at work. She is fighting me just do anything. She's not going to the bathroom as often, she does this half sleep where it's almost like she's sleepwalking. She can be completely oblivious to the world, but still be able to wander the house. She's sleeps all day long. Plus no matter what I do, I can't warm her up. I tried thermal clothes that are designed for snow. Have those on her with sweats on top of that, with her shirt tucked in. Fuzzy winter socks on her, gloves, and then 5 blankets, it's 80 in my house (X.X), warm outside, and she's still cold. She is getting very weak, and can't walk without help. Even with help she almost falls every couple steps.
We have an appointment with her doctor April 14. Her doctors out of the country, so I can't get her in until then. I'm hoping to get a referral for hospice, but is the end coming? If so, what do I do when she's gone? We already have arrangements with a funeral home for her. Do I call them directly, do I call hospice, or do I call 911? If I call 911 will the try to revive her? If so, where can I get a DNR?