This info is my aunt's....I'm not sure what her date of birth is. My name is Kathy. Her daughter has gained guardianship of her mother, Joyce. Joyce has Alzheimer's and is very confused. Tina, the daughter makes her stay at her home (Joyce). Tina on the other hand lives with a gentleman elsewhere. The guardianship letter from the judge just states that the singular duties of Guardian of her mother was sworn to Tina. Tina does not cook for her mother, leaves her cottage cheese, crackers and other cold food in fridge for her to eat. There is a cookstove but Tina disconnected it so Joyce would not accidentally set a fire or burn herself. There is no microwave in the house that works. There is an open flame old heater that has been in this house for over 40 years. Joyce and her husband had purchased her parents home. Kept the old stove. Joyce lives alone, is scared, calls everyone she can think of to either come and get her or come and spend night with her. Not able to find her way around, is confined to the house as she cannot drive. Tina checks on her periodically and will sometimes take her to senior citizen center for a lunch and let someone else bring her home. Joyce is on meds mornings and evenings. She can't remember to take her pills by herself. What do I need to do to bring this to the Judges attention?