By the storytellers at St. Ann's Intergenerational Care Center's Alzheimers Unit.
That depends on what you have at home. My everything! I give all respect to my home. It's a place where parents give you love and let you do the things you want to do. If you do something wrong, they keep you involved in fixing it. Home is a lot of things. My mother and father didn't allow me to do anything wrong.
It's where I raise my children.
Some people come into our parents home and become par to the family.
There's leadership at home. My home was a place of no bad conflicts. Rulership. My home has to be very quiet, not telling lies.
They have to help clean up the grass outside. The boys help outside and the girls help inside.
My daughter and grandkids play video games. I have everything I need. I don't have control all the time.
Donna has board games. My house smells like Pinesol whenever I clean. The house smells fresh. If the food is great it doesn't bother anyone that the smells are getting all over the place.
When I was coming up, I gave respect to all people.
Beds, sinks, toilets. Being home with my family but I don't have a very healthy family. I don't want to have a mask on and hiding.
I was supposed to be at one woman's house for supper. I don't have anything to do there. My parents gave me r