Manage episode 342202517 series 2909582
Daughter works from home. She is grateful for that because she is the primary caregiver for her mom who lives with her. Since home from the hospital after a hip fracture, mom with weakness and needs help with all task. Daughter very concerned that she may jeopardize her ability to remain a remote worker due to mom constantly calling her.
Today's question will address that scenario.
A caller left a message on the call-in line, explaining that mom is very upset, she does not want to go to inpatient rehab.
Question: Daughter also States she is struggling to lear home to put a an undergarment on mom. Daughter asking for recommendations of options that may help her.
Listen in, as I discuss some options.
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