Elder Care Tips and Monthly News

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Wednesday, May 18, 2005 9:02 AM
Subject: List of To-Do's with Aunt Jay

Joan, Here is a list of to-do's
Call Jay's doctor to see if she is able to fly.
Call Humana about insurance issues. Also ask if physical therapy is covered.
Call the Center ask what type of notice you need to leave. What furniture is hers, if she totally
hates it here can she come back (if a room is available) and would the rate be the same? What is their current rate, or is that what she is already paying.

If a go:

Need at least one to three months of prescriptions. Need to be filled in FL before move at a pharmacy that can transfer, like a walgreens.
Need doctor to let us know a diet for her. I know the diabetic one, but are there an y other restrictions, ie. low sodium or allergies

Need a copy of her medical cart from the Center and doctor.
Can Robbie and Marion keep her furniture (TV,chair, extra clothes we can't get on the plane) for us until we can get it moved to TX? Or if you drove down to Jay's, and kept your Explorer at their houseor Dotty and Frank's when you fly her here, then you could bring her stuff up to ATL and keep it there till you get a chance to move it.

You can give the bed and dressers away we would have plenty of beds and dressers for her here. In fact, I want to get the ajustable bed for her out of the storage unit here for her to use. I think she would like it alot.

Would you want one of our nurses to meet you in FLto help with her on the way here (if flying) or either Anna and I cou ld do that too? We could help if you needed non-nursing type help for the trip.

That's all I can think of for now. I will send out more if I think of anything else.
Anna, anything else to add?

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