My grandmother is in her mid 80's. She has diabetes and has fallen several times. She has early dementia. She is a very difficult personality. She lives alone, but right next to her daughter who gives her her shots, medication, and meals 3 times per day. She will also stay to visit with her in the evenings for a couple hours and tries to during the day when she can (she works from home). My grandma was recently in an assisted living facility for rehab from pneumonia. She was getting wonderful care but she hated being there and was constantly asking the nurses to call my aunt or father to come get her to take her home. They recommended my aunt leave my grandma for at least a month to allow her time to get stronger and get used to being there. My aunt felt guilty (from my grandma's constant complaints) and took her home. She has been home for 2 weeks and has called my aunt and my parents at minimum, 20 times per day each, demanding that she needs someone there with her, she is lonely and can't be alone. (Even if my aunt just left her house). She claims she is just going to find a way to die because no one loves her. That is not the case at all, but she says it is. She has now changed tactics and told my parents she needs to come live with them. My parents are not in the physical or financial position to care for her. My grandma also despises their pets and the temperature of their home. Any suggestions on how to deal with this? My aunt said my grandma can't afford to pay for someone to sit with her daily, nor can my parents or aunt afford this. I just see the emotional and physical strain this is putting on all the family. She absolutely refuses to go to an assisted living facility either.