My 61-year-old sister lives in a wonderful assisted living facility but is a bully and very disruptive to staff and residents. This is an amazing facility with top notch staff. My family has no complaints, but my sister (the resident) does. She calls and pesters the staff constantly, bullies patients to the point their families complain about her. We don't know what to do, she does not qualify for a nursing home because she is mobile, but she suffers from advanced diabetes that has progressed where she is blind in one eye, her kidneys are failing, and she is asthmatic on top of it. She loves to call emergency (we think she is addicted to the attention) and we think the AL is ready to ask us to move her. She can't live by herself and we are seriously considering calling adult protective services because we have no other solutions at this point. My elderly parents can no longer transport her to hospitals for emergency visits or regular dr. appts or her shopping needs. In fact my dad went to emergency we suspect due to exhaustion trying to help my sister. We suspect my sister has some mental issues going on maybe due to minor strokes or whatever else? We have been dealing with this for 10+ years but in the last week it has escalated to an impossible situation at the assisted living facility. Does anyone have experience letting an assisted living facility call adult protective services? We don't want them to get into any kind of trouble.