Seems like quite a load for the caregiver, don't you think? Two clients might
be doable but I'm not sure about three or more.
And aren't you talking about a group home? Doesn't the local Social Services
dept have setups like those for those who qualify? I wonder, KJ, if you'd be
able to live and function in a group home. It might be a viable option and
you'd not have to worry about finding caregivers, etc. as the home admin does
all that, I'd think.
On Saturday 06 August 2005 11:06 am, [log in to unmask] wrote:
> What it seems like you need to move in with another person who has the same
> needs as you do so coverage can be split between the two of you or three
> depending on if you can find friends you can get along with. The finances
> can be split equally so no one is burdening the other person. You can have
> your own room and have your privacy.