I sent my mom to the hospital and she then wound up in the nursing home for therapy but wants to come home..my sister and I have medical POA and have told the nursing home of our wishes for our mother to come home as we were arranging 24/7 around the clock care for her via a care agency. The state and NH administrator refused to let her come home claiming she had been neglected at home. Bruises on her arms, a UTI and a retracted knee and a skin tear she was healing from. The accusations ceased, but they still will not let her come home claiming I exploited her funds by preventing the NH from getting paid for her stay there, when I paid my mom's bills from her account, which I've been doing for over 5 years. But I wouldn't have been preventing the home from being paid had they sent her home when my sister, my Mom and I requested. The state and the NH has clearly dismissed the POA and the authority it gives us and still do. Are they not breaking the law? Every time I bring up my mom coming home the administrator just tells me no and claims she was not taken care of properly and my mother argues with her as well as my sisiter. They both know full and well that I cared very well for her. My own mother, at 94, is still all there enough to know that I did not neglect her and her own friends and family saw how I cared for her as well. My mother tells the administartor what a liar she is, and in reality she is. The state and the NH are completely dismissing the POA which one of the options I have is to decide WHERE my mom is cared for, at home, nursing home, hospital, etc. The NH and the state are both dismissing the authority my sister and I have regarding the POA and they are holding my mother there against her will. And against mine and my sister's will. In fact they signed my mom over to the state as her guardian with the knowledge that my sister and I had medical POA for years already..are they not breaking the law?