Hospice brought in a lift chair for mom. I suggested throwing out that sofa because another sofa and love seat remains. I also said I’d find dad a lift chair/recliner (his and her) because with other sofa gone, we would have plenty of room. Needles to say, that didn’t happen. Instead the sofa blocks one of the entrances to enter and exit the home.
Not only that, mom's chair sits darn near in the room opening followed by her rolling table. The rest of the living room has stuff everywhere. So any time you need to enter the home you have to take the other door and any time you need access to the living room, you have to ask them to move things. Dad, who is temporarily in a wheel chair and at times on his walker, is also having to ask for things to be moved each time he wishes to enter the room.
I don't know what happens when mom and dad are alone. Please advise on how to handle.
Hospice and physical therapist will not say a word. Pleas from a few other family members have been ignored.