Bettyville - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

George Hodgman
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George has taken Betty to visit Tiger Place, a retirement community in Columbia, and Betty is not at all happy. George understands her angst but also knows that her health could turn for the worse and he may not be capable of caring for her properly. The most George hopes to accomplish today is to get Betty added to a waiting list at Tiger Place so that they would at least have the option of taking her there to live at some point. Residents of Tiger Place must be able to care for themselves to a degree and it is possible that Betty would need too much help in order to live here. George knows that living in a home for dementia or Alzheimer's patients would kill his mother emotionally. Betty is stoic and silent during the Tiger Place tour. Betty is adamant that...

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