My husband and I went to see her right away: my husband stayed a week and I stayed 3 to help out. Mom recovered physically amazingly well except for a lot of weakness. She does have some increased memory issues, and is aware of that. She now has 3 home health workers (including a speech therapist who is working with her on memory issues) visiting weekly through the end of this month, a helper once a week for a couple of hours, housekeepers every other week, and meals on wheels. She refused to go to a rehab facility when leaving the hospital, and in retrospect, that was a good decision since it seems to be care facilities that have been hit hardest by Covid-19. Both the states we live in have asked all residents to stay home to minimize the spread of the virus. My mom has lived alone for decades but I'm still worried about her: whether she's taking medications, etc. She's very comfortable in her home and refuses to move anywhere and safe there, but I'm still worried. She was improving little by little each day while I was there, but couldn't see it herself. Also, even after that relatively short period I've time I was there, I was exhausted, answering the same questions multiple times and being "on" 24/7- I really feel for people that care for family members for years. The home health therapists told her she needed to start doing meal prep herself before I left, and specific exercises each day, but she wasn't interested. I realize there's a certain amount of coming to terms with having had a stroke, as I had one a few years ago, so I think that's part of what's going on. I know objectively that she doesn't need someone with her 24/7, but I still worry. Any advice?