My husband and I are taking care of his very elderly, frail, 95 year old who is completely dependent on our care, and has been for a year now. Needs 100% assistance getting into bed and out of it, along with getting off the couch, and back on. Walks with a walker for short distances, needs to be in a wheelchair for long distances. She's had physical therapy three times now and there was no progress made in regards to her being able to at least get off the couch on her own to go to the bathroom. Her Dr says its a good thing for her because it will give her a sense of "accomplishing something" when nothing of the sort has happened in the past. She's come home from therapy each time in pain, and at times cant even move as a result of the pain. Even if she was able to move around on her own again it would be too dangerous. Is her Dr crazy for thinking this is good thing to do even though it will accomplish nothing?