I certainly have records indicating that when Dad's wife went to the nursing home she left $2000.00 per month in automatic withdrawls from the account each month, and Dad's cheques are $1300.00. Therefore, there was approx. $700.00 shortfall between what was owed and what income was coming in. My contribution from my disability pays the rent on the house we now live in as well as some groceries and gas. I have tons of documentation. None of Dad's drugs are even included in the $2000 that goes out automatically each month. So if they're actively interested in knowing about
the shortfall, it's not hard to pinpoint, just view what comes in vs. what goes out.I did unload the leased truck as it was costing about
$700.00 per month and replaced it with an old beater the repairs I do myself. That loosened up a bit of the financial crunch, $700.00 per month. therefore we just break even. But drugs for Dad, enough of the proper foods, gas to go visit stepmom all need to be covered. They can make what they will out of that. Ain't family grand?
Hypothyroidism, Fibromyalgia, Facet Joint Syndrome, High Blood Pressure, menopause, Migraines, Chest Pain, Anxiety and Depression/BiPolar II
Synthyroid .075mg., estradiol.5 mgs., Amyltriptilene, 100mgs, bedtime, Tylenol 3 PRN (six-eight, daily), Valium 7.5mgs. daily prn. Flexeril, prn (not so helpful), Zoloft,150mgs., Zomig approx. 12 per month, prn., Meds for High Blood Pressure, vary.