Mr. and Mrs V. have a strong desire to stay at home.
She's 97 and he's 93 years old.
They live in a mobile home park and three different residents, of the same park, rotate shifts to help care for them 24/7.
Connie, a next door neighbor, helps to coordinate everything.
The day and evening shift (from 8 am until 10 pm) get paid $10/hour and the night shift (10 pm-8 am) makes an even $25 (for the shift to sleep in their home and be available for emergencies).
It's $165/day, approximately $4950/month and about $60,000/year for their 24/7 care.
They're rapidly going through their life savings.
They been given other options.
However, they love their home and don't want to think about moving.
I don't know which will run out first; their time or their money.