Feb 07, 2016 - 09:05 AM
Some Assisted Living facilities will continue to care for a resident so you should check that out as you search.
You could try contacting Administration on Community Living. A Federal agency repsonsible for increasing access to community supports, while focusing attention and resources on the needs of older Americans and people with disabilities.
And Eldercare Locator Service is a Free national service, providing information about longterm support options in general and connecting the elder to resources in thier community. 1-800-677-1116 and www.eldercare.gov
And you could try Aging and Disability Resource Center These centers provide free information to consumers and their families about the full range of long term care and support 1-800-677-1116 and www.adrc-tae.org
I do hope that you can find something that will help both of you she is far too young to be in a Nursing Home if she is still able to participate in activities.
Also keep in mind that her sense of smell may be more acute than yours so she may be more sensitive to odors. Keep this in mind when you schedule visits try to mke them a bit later in the day so the staff sill not be in the midst of changing sheets and doing routine morning clean up chores.