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Sep 22, 2015 - 12:16 PM
It is often expensive, but some families who are able work with an elder law attorney for guardianship. Again, a process for sure, but if you continue to alert authorities of various incidents your paper trail is created for you.
Adult Protective Services is very similar to Child Welfare Services in that single incidents are often not caught at the right time but if concerned parties continue to alert authorities each incident one time, the right time, the situation will be unmanageble and they will be able to act within the law.
I wish you and your family the best and offer you an open door along the way. These forums are great to solicit other families who have gone through this for both advice and support.