Remembering the specific name of lights in each room can prove difficult, even when we use them daily! Here are solutions to that issue.
A partial solution to this problem is to create an Alexa Calendar for your parent. Here is a detailed "How to" published by Frank Engelman on Tech-enhanced Life.
In a previous article, I described how to set up a Zoom meeting in your loved one’s calendar for their Echo Show. Using that setup, they can say “Alexa, join the meeting” and later “Yes” to confirm that they want to join.
I have a suggestion that involves using an Alexa Routine to prompt your mom when she enters the bathroom.
Amazon recently came out with a version of an Echo Show that you can “move” from a remote place. In other words, you can cause it to rotate its screen under your control while you are elsewhere. I wondered if this might be a feature I could use to help my mother — for whom I am a distant “caregiver” and tech-support person. I got one of the new Echo Show’s (called a Echo Show 10 Gen 3) and tried it out. This solution is about what I learned.