Aug 17, 2015 - 09:37 PM
When I am working with families in situations like this I encourage them to continue to be their loved one's best advocate, whether they are cooperative are not. Be sure you are communicating with her physician's nurse and any other practioner who may be involved in her care. If at any point you feel she is in immediate danger you can always request a 'well-check' by police and/or place a call to Adult Protective Services with your concerns. They will often do some form of an intake and likely send someone out if you believe she is in danger to herself or others.
All you can do is continue to play 'in the background' as I like to call it. It will be exhausting but hopefully you have support within your own family and friends. This link might also be helpful too. http://www.aplaceformom.com/senior-ca...