My grandmother is 102 yrs old and lives with 1 of her (8) daughters and 2 adult grandchildren. She has expressed, well before she was diagnosed with Alzheimer's, that she wants to be in HER home when the good Lord calls her home!!! She has this one daughter that is a piece of work and my grandma does not want to be in her home. About 1 month ago, she beat a stroke, a week ago, she was hospitalized and is now in Hospice care. The daughter that she lives with is not that well either, however, her daughter and another grandchild/nephew lives there as well. She was discharged today (9/17/2016), and went to the daughters home that she has strongly expressed that she did not want to go to. Now she is despondent and sad. This daughter/aunt, out of the 5 daughters living, is physically able to care for her, however as I stated, my grandma has expressed that she does not want to go there. My question, is it right to take an elderly person, at her age away from her comfort? There will doctors and nurses coming to see her, not to mention, several of her grandchildren, myself included is committed to going to her home, where she wants to be,and assist where needed! Is this right or not? Please give me feed back.
Also, the aunt/daughter that she lives with has been her right hand for years. Is this sibling rivalry at it's worst?