Cons: when she passed away
my typical day was to wake her, toilet, groom, bathe, prep and prepare meals breakfast, lunch, dinner, housekeeping including laundry, assistance with doctors appointments, other daily activities, assistance with mobility to get up and down/ in and out of bed. medication administering including insulin injections, mood swings, over the phone pharmacy refills, bed sores due to having diabetes and having no motor skills in the lower ligaments, depression, oxygen, in and out hospital regularly. I learned that taking care of a loved one isn't easy but they have the right to say what they want and don't want, which she wanted family to take care of her because others mistreats her. we didn't have any coworkers because if was a family thing, but the hardest part was always seeing her sick or in the hospital for months knowing she's not getting any better than last time but the most enjoyable was when she laughed at least she felt happy at the moment and she didn't let anyone take that from her.