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He's my close friend for 27 years. Can his daughter get me in trouble if he has and accident or has a heart attack or stroke? She's a mean person. The man from Adult Protective Services says not to worry about it but I do anyway. Please comment if you know the answer. Thank you. I'm not a licensed or insured caregiver.

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SisterSue, I read some back story on this matter when you wrote https://www.agingcare.com/questions/Who-is-legally-responsible-for-dementia-patients-healthcare-188074.htm.

Hope you sent the friend's daughter a letter saying that you are giving notice that you will no longer be that friend's caregiver. Good heavens, you are 68 years old, and I always believed that seniors should not be taking care of older seniors... we don't have the energy any more!! Look at the stress you are under.
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I'm confused? Is he in a NH?
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Sistersue, your last question was about taking a friend on outings from a NH. Does his daughter want him in a facility for her peace of mind? Is your friend resistant to this idea?
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