what do you all think about this idea?offer clients some one to fill in the gaps that occur when the need is "custodial" care. the role of this person would be to teach stress management,comfort measures,dying or agingprocesses to family and a source of referrals.In addition, this person would provide short periods of respite time for the fulltime caregiver.they would also do personal care, housekeeping,errands,meal prep etc.Basicly, someone that would enable a family to keep a loved one in their home instead of placement. I could either provide these services myself or train others to do it. If I do it, I can provide things like med set up or vs. I could have used someone like this to help me manage my own home, family needs and need for respite when my dad moved in with brain CA. My husband use to joke and say I needed my own Brady "ALICE" to get through it. Any suggestions?