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I wish you both good luck and a speedy recovery for your sister!
I'm in central Mass. and there is a local non-profit that helps elderly people and their families in need. You have to contact them and someone comes to the home to evaluate the person in need. They will assess health and will want to know some financial things. Then if they deem the person to be eligible for aid, they will set you up for home visits, someone to clean the house, or someone to come in to bathe you once a week, or they will pay for daycare costs according to financials. My mom is in daycare four days a week and has an $83 copay/month. The rest of the cost (and it is substantial), is paid by the eldercare company. They also supply vouchers for respite care and other things.
Hope this answers your question. If there is something like that in your community, your local senior center should have that information for you.