How do we make the Power of Attorney fix up the home and modify the bathroom for their elder aunt’s safety?
We have a situation which is complicated! We are living with my husband aunt and are the sole caregivers! A friend of his aunt went out and gain POA/Trustee before we could gain conservatorship! The home is in need of repairs and her bathroom needs to be modified for her safety! His aunt has Alzheimer/Dementia and she has had numrerous falls because it is hard for her to get around in! She is paralyzed on the right side in which she drags her left leg and her arm is restricted! So stepping up into the shower causes her to lose her balance! The carpeting has feces and urine from her dogs now and before which is being transferred over to our carpet! We have been here for 5 years and the carpets have never been cleaned or replaced. We don't have the money to replace it...we are on a fixed income! His aunt also needs a power chair! When we take her out she gets tired and weak after 50 feet! She walks with a walker and is 83 years.
We pays the monthly expenses for the home, which is paid for! The POA/Trustee is not helping us with his aunt and is only concern about her money! What can we do to make her fix up the home, get the things needed and done for his aunt and make this home safe and healthy for all of us!