Classie is transported from a hospital stay for the final time before eventually requiring hospice care for her declining health issues. Her greatest desire was to die at home, where she had spent the twilight years of her long life as caregiver to the sister and brother she cherished. It was difficult for her to lose independence and accept help. She seldom heard the phone ring anymore and she would lock herself in like it was Fort Knox Many times aides couldn't get their client to respond to the frantic banging and worried she had fallen. But aging in place is the choice of most people, far preferable to a sterile institution. Her family did what was necessary during to give her the final gift she which she had given her sister of dying at home.