I know of an elderly person whom regrets giving POA to son that moved her from her nice home to his so he can sell her property. He claims "it's to pay her medical bills" after he told me his plan to use the money for himself. Now he keeps her in a very small room where she is very uncomfortable and "bought a new nice hospital bed" that looks very old and small. (I think bought a new one and sold it to keep extra money he and wife suddenly doing well financially). They refuse to make the bathroom safe for her so she only has a small portable toilet to use in the corner of the room. Her cellphone seems to always be out-of-reach, they refuse to get a landline phone for her (which is what she always preferred to communicate with). She rarely has water, seems she rarely gets food. She has lost weight and tons of hair in less-than 6 months. Broken her leg, they took their time getting her emergency care, she has bruises up her arms, she seems very scared and used to talk a lot before they told her there are cameras in her room. They piled up junk in there too and decorated it after they were called out about her not being comfortable (so superficial fix-ups, nothing like the way she used to live...). The floors are dirty with pee stains and dirt. They make fun of her and her disabilities, they are very rude and get upset with her every time she has an accident, her toenails are not groomed, she always looks tired. They either complain about helping her in basic ways or they act condescending while they do bare-minimum care. Seems the police won't bother obtaining a warrant to access the property and Protective Services were in contact but I'm not sure they were inside the property either. I got harassed for someone calling APS on them. I am glad APS was called but seems it has done nothing. Is it because these living conditions are acceptable? I don't know if it matters but the daughter-in-law is a nurse though a crappy one. Her excuse is she knows what she is doing because of her title. Son/POA has a long history of violent and psychopathic behavior though I don't think it was ever recorded.