One of the attachments the m/c administrator emailed me was a "handbook" which goes over what to expect, how their daily lives are lived type of information. It does seem like they really strive to tailor to the residents personal preferences. Like it says, some residents may prefer to get up in the morning and go have breakfast first, before getting showered/dressed, so they come to the dining area in a robe and slippers. This sounds like something my mom would prefer, since she likes to sleep in somewhat. I know she has a robe, but it's old and wearing out, so we're adding getting a new robe to the Kohl's shopping trip the morning of the move.
Thanks to my handy dandy little "ScanSnap" scanner I have, I was easily able to print out all the docs sent to me as well as scanning things like copy of voided check and insurance card, get it all signed and initialed and rescanned to email back to the administrator. This has saved me another trip in to the city to sign all this. It's always been a super handy little scanner, that's for sure. It was something I had at my desk at the office and when I moved to 100% remote my boss let me take it with me. I've had it for probably 8 years or so now and knock on wood, never an issue with it.
I just looked out my office window and thought boy, those look like snow clouds. Then I looked at my weather app on the phone and snow is predicted later this afternoon.
I've gotten 3 eggs in the last 4 days, so a little better now. I need to head out there and give them some treats and check the nesting box. Maybe I'll get lucky and get another one today.
Mom wears jeans daily and her's are just the elastic waist, pull on kind, so I think that is easy to manage for her. At this point I'd just to keep for her what she is familiar with the most.
Time for some lunch and maybe one last nap in on my day off.