They have determined that Gram is doing well enough to be released to an assisted-living facility. She is so strong-she wants to die but her body is too tough!
She'll be going to the Bozeman Lodge on Saturday. All her kids will be here to help. I have to work a long one on Friday, so will miss out on the furniture moving, but am hoping to help with Gram's actual moving day. We have decided to start Hospice care, mostly because we don't think she can get along by herself with just the care they have there. Just because Hospice is involved doesn't mean she'll leave us any time soon, but that she'll have more people doting over her.
She is really ready to get out of the rehab center. I stopped in at noon on Saturday and she was fuming over the cold food! She's very nervous about the new place but realizes it's necessary. My sister in law from Billings is going to stay with her for a couple of weeks just to help her transition into the new routine. They have a beautiful dining hall but she can't see well enough to find her own way, and if someone doesn't take her there, she'll sit in her apartment and starve. She can't believe that she doesn't have to do any housework, even though we constantly reassure her. With the slight dementia, it's going to be a slow transition, pray it works well for her.