Right now, it's tough because my MIL is a hoarder. She's 87 years and if you've seen "Buried Alive" or any of the other Hoarder shows, this is what I'm talking about. To make matters worse, she had a stroke. She's staying at a senior residence and hates it since we had to help her move up here. (She wants independence but wants people to do everything for her). Several of the nice presents we bought her ended up piled in her hoarding piles without even taking them out of the box or using them. Restaurants and food are problematic because 1. She hoards expired food and 2. She had terrible digestive problems and taste peculiarities that causes her to not eat anything with milk, eggplant, peppers, melons, spices, chocolate, caffeine, coffee, tea, onions, tomato sauce, mustard, garlic, and probably other stuff I don't know about. Basically, she's financially good and doesn't need stuff. Yet, I feel badly that I only got her a Snugglie blanket and have no idea what else I could get her that she would use. She hates reading, so books are out of the question. She senior residence has maid service. Help!