More Than A Job: Home Care For A Mom With Alzheimer’s Disease

(By Franziska Monahan for WBUR in cooperation with NPR)

Celina Raddatz quit her job at a nursing home in 2014 when she realized she would have to take care of her mother full-time. Raddatz’s mother, Guadalupe Pena Villegas, 83, suffers from Alzheimer’s and bipolar disorder, a combination that sometimes makes her a danger to herself and others, and thus requires her to be supervised 24 hours a day. Continue reading article here…

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