Originally Posted by hazelrunpack
It sounds to me that you're doing all you can for her. Monitoring at home seems to be a wonderful solution for all of you
I agree with HRP. By monitoring Franny at home you will know how she's dealing with her condition and you will be the first to know when she's no longer coping. She will be comfortable in familiar surroundings with people she knows and loves. My opinion has always been to treat until the condition becomes so severe that there is no more quality of life, only an existance. As long as Franny seems to be enjoying her life to a reasonable (you judge) degee, keep doing what you're doing because it seems to be working.
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