I have been the live in daughter and caregiver for 2 years. I have durable POA for my mom who has Alzheimer's. I have been patient in waiting for my mom to peacefully and willingly move to my home but she is onboard and then not which has been our only struggle. My only older sister has not been actively involved in her care although she lives 15 minutes away. Now that I have expressed the need to move her, relatives have come in to explore her ability to stay in her home. I feel that they do not trust my decision. My mom's doctors, social workers, and medical professionals recommend that future care plans be made as soon as possible. How is the best way to deal with family who oppose my decision? There is no way that my mom can afford 24/7 in home care and the biggest argument is why should she pay for a stranger to live with her. What would that cost? I found that the average cost is between 17-22 per hour irregardless, of 24/7 schedule? Who can afford that anyway?