It might seem self explanatory, but how does it actually work? My mom's doctor recently said that she can either have in-home round-the-clock" care or go to a facility. Does this mean someone actually living in the house? Or they just stay overnight? What kind of degrees are there to this? I guess there probably are a lot of different levels to this depending on her condition and finances, but basically it's because of dementia and a lack of self-care, and my dad who's also 90 and got his own issues doesn't know what to do. The idea of someone living in their house seems kind of like a fantasy to me, that they won't really put up with it or know how to handle it. She has already said she "doesn't want a girl" because she's worried my dad will "mess around" with them (which is ridiculous, FYI).