She broke her hip the week before Thanksgiving. Was doing great until a UTI and has regressed physically and mentally since. Rehab gave notice of discharge. She will not always stand. Moving to and from bathroom gets scared and may stop say she can't do it and push walker away. She is scared when walking. She can do it physically, but her brain is not cooperating. So I am trying to decide between taking her home or putting her in a facility. She is a fall risk so at home I will have to have someone there from about 10 am to 8:00 pm. The hours she would be up. I would want sensors to let me know if she tries to get up from her chair or bed. Perhaps need a hospital bed. A facility would give me my life back. But she requires continued coaching to eat her food, can not turn on a tv or music, cannot push a button to tell someone she needs to go to the bathroom (she IS continent at this time). I am considering CNA's in my home. Three times a week I would have two during the day so I have some freedom. At night she sleeps well so I would be caregiver. She has lost 15 pounds in two months in rehab with me spending often up to an hour encouraging her to eat. I fear she will not eat adequately without the encouragement. Also I do not want bathroom breaks overlooked and incontinance to be expedited as part of her life. To a degree I fear a facility simply cannot see to her particular needs and out of necessity there is some degree of "warehousing of the elderly" that occurs. Thoughts?