I've had POA for my mother for 7 years. I handle all of her affairs. She is in the early stages of dementia with short term memory loss only and last Fall I had to put her in a locked down Asst Living facility because she was literally running away from home. She is in excellent health and only requires medication management. I manage her healthcare and she still sees her own Drs. The facility recently asked her to sign a form authorizing them to provide care for her. I was very upset and thought they should've sent the form to me for review and signature. Is it reasonable for an AL facility to ask a dementia patient who has a legal advocate to sign anything? My mother said that she was forced to sign the form. I'm thinking of seeing an Elder Care Atty. Not the first thing they've done that ticked me off. Thanks in advance for feedback.