I am taking care of my mother. I did have guardian/conservator for her since 2008. Something recently that an old attorney did screwed something up with the case in December 2020. I was never informed by attorney or court that this had happened. I’m currently getting that mistake fixed by another attorney. Now once that is fixed and I’m guardian again, the hospital is saying she needs 24 hour care which she does not. She can use the bathroom by herself, get drinks as needed. I take care of food and showers. They are trying to force me into a situation of giving them names of who will be helping me take care of her. Isn’t that illegal what they are doing? They don’t need that kind of information. I said I will take care of what she needs and do what we need to do. They don’t have to have specifics, to me that’s completely overstepping. I need some guidance as to what to do. They won’t release her to me and act like they won’t even release her even when I get the guardianship paperwork that was screwed up fixed. How can this happen? I’m her only living relative and have always taken care of her. It’s not like she’s neglected. It’s like the case manager at the hospital has a vendetta on me. She pushed my dad into a skilled nursing facility for extra therapy which he had completed and will be in the home with us. If she needs help he’s her voice and can get an ambulance or get ahold of me at work if necessary if it is needed. The case manager says that he can’t do that because he was previously in that hospital also. The same case manager sent him to a facility she knew nothing about. I’ve already had to file complaints with the state for actions that have happened to my father at the skilled nursing facility she shipped him off too. Now she’s trying to take away my mother from the only family she has.