My Mother was my everything! She was my best friend my dad my mentor and the woman who gave me life. She was a healer & giver. I am trying to keep following her footsteps. After 13 years of experience taking care of my mom. Things out of my control that no one helped me with. Taking her to doctors alone & diagnosing her daily like a baby alone. Alzheimer’s doctors are no different than Alzheimer’s caregivers.
There is no other resort in the world I can think of that is specially set up for mentally handicapped children and mentally handicapped adults. Even offering respite care services for caregivers and nurses and doctors and family.
Creating a fun safe non-judge mental zone that will be one of the themes. Banned judgments and negativity at the door. It will be a place the after you spend just one night or two nights. You will feel like a new person after you leave. Creating memories that will last a lifetime.
Help me help millions of people who are suffering alone. Watching others carry on with their lives having fun. Wishing there was a place that you could take your loved one and feel safe about it. I’m dreaming of a place you will be able to bring your 90-year-old grandma with Alzheimer’s in a wheelchair/oxygen tanks. Whatever it may be we who have accommodations that no one has. Friendly staff that helps. Set up for any and all situations. We will get volunteer nurses and we will have staff that we pay who are experienced. I wanna get the Alzheimer’s Association involved.
Never take anything for granted. I learned that caring for my mom. I pray every day for everyone who is suffering with this disease. I pray for all the families to have the strength to stick together. My family was not able to be there which really has hurt them. They wanted to be but they could not. Or just did not want to. I did have a family member tell me that my mom was dead the day she was diagnosed. Thank you so much for reading my story and taking the time to help.
If I can find a large investor. I would love to move forward with this idea.
Should be on the news!
The story of the man who was 28 years old and took care of his mother for 13 years. After caring for his grandma who had passed with breast cancer. Saving her life one night. Here many of my stories on my pages. Follow me and subscribe to my channel thank you
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