Sully is right. You'll need all the support and outside help you can get. Don't forget to also arrange periodic downtime for yourself. You can't take good care of anyone else without also taking good care of yourself.
When my mother had her blood clot episode, after being discharged from the hospital her doctor arranged for a visiting nurse to come in twice a week to do the required blood tests for the Coumadin and monitor her general health for three months. Before the blood clot episode stopped it, her doctor also prescribed physical therapy to try and help her regain some of her lost strength. All of it was fully covered by Medicare and her senior health insurance plan.
We have someone come in once a month to do the heavy duty housecleaning such as thorough vacuuming, mopping floors, dusting and cleaning the bathrooms.
I do all the cooking, grocery shopping, looking after her dogs, gardening, errands and driving to appointments, as well as the day to day housekeeping.
That website link I posted earlier has lots of advice and resource links to help you and your mother through the transition. It also has a community forum for caregivers to share stories, resources, tips and frustrations. It is a good place to vent when needed.