My 91 year old mother recently received a diagnosis of possible early Alzheimer's disease. She broke her hip last year and recovered well for her age. Her mobility is slow with the aid of a walker. She has a caregiver stay with her 4 nights a week. However, she is alone 3 and a half days. She doesn't drive. The caregiver prepares meals for her which are labeled with reheating instructions. I go over one afternoon a week and bring groceries, manage her meds, collect mail, pay bills, etc. I also take her for doctor appointments, etc. She navigates her email pretty well and stays in touch with friends. We have talked about changing her care-plan to have someone come every day in the mornings instead of overnight to cut some of the cost. We have also discussed AL. Mom wants to stay in her condo until she dies. However, I am concerned that the cost of in-home care will not warrant it as her disease progresses. What to do?