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Posted: 17 February 2015 - 09:55 AM
Hello :)
I would suggest you contact APS again and ask for some assistance.
Sounds like it is worse now than it was back the first time you called APS.
I highly recommend you read the book
"Digging Out".
It is written for people who have a hoarding loved one in their lives.
There is a section in the book about "harm reduction".
Ways you can minimize the dangers in the home.
Good luck and best wishes.
M. Rodriguez
Posted: 17 February 2015 - 02:55 AM
My parents are 65 and 66. My father retired and has leukemia , my mother is physically and from what I gather...mentally ill. Their house is filled with stuff and just crap in general. They haven't used the kitchen in months. Have very little walking room, little space in the bed to sleep, a tiny spot to eat for my father. And a chair at a computer desk. I dont believe it's as bad as some others. No piles to climb, no feces, no dead animals or horrible smells....but they constantly smoke inside. They have little area to walk and live. They consume their days playing online video games, watching tv, and going on facebook. Their life is no life living in this home. The situation has been like this for years, but is getting progressively worse and I fear for their health. I called APS in 2009 and apparently it wasn't bad enough then, they were forced to make a path, but that was it. They even burn things in the fireplace Ina room that isn't even livable. They are going to kill themselves in there. I don't know what to do , but I know they are not likely to accept any help. They need force and help. What can we do?
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