I appreciate your nursing guidance and advice. My Mum is 96yo and goes into a sort-of foetal position when she sleeps on her right side. When I put her into bed, I straighten her out to lie on her back. She crosses her legs in that position. She moves around and shuffles the entire night. Sometimes, raises her legs up like an inverted V. Sometimes she lies on her side. In the student nursing book "Long-term caring", it was mentioned that 'alignment of bones is very critical' and they provided diagrams of specific positions (supine, Fowlers, etc). When she walks, she stoops a lot and puts her hands on her knees when she walks. I make her do light exercizes and try to stop her bad habits but she keeps forgetting. She has osteoporosis between 20% to 15%. SHOULD I GENTLY TRY FIGURE-OF-EIGHT bandage to hold her shoulders-back straight ? There is no physiotherapist available. Her doctor refused to do a home visit. He refused to send a nurse. I am afraid to annoy him. I am not qualified so I better ask one of you really kind nurses !