My adult son recently moved in with my mom to help care for her. I'm disabled and can barely care for myself. When my son goes to work, every evening my mom calls screaming at me or at my voice mail if I'm not at home. 3 nights ago I finally told her that she can't continue hurting me and I hung up. She proceed to call the police and tell them that my husband has been beating me. The police realized that she was ill and dismissed her after she also said invisible people live in her house and she had a gun. (They did take her gun and gave it to us). Last night while my son was working she called and started screaming at me again, then I heard a crash. My husband drove me to her house in my pajamas (I'm not able to drive anymore) and we found her unconscious on the floor. I called 911 and realized that she must have took too much insulin. Her blood sugar was only 28. Now at the hospital today she told the nurses that my husband pushed her after she told me that she can't believe her daughter would shove her down. We weren't even there before her fall and if we wouldn't have shown up she would be dead now. How do I deal with this situation? I don't even want to see her if she's going to accuse us and possibly get us in trouble. I don't want her to go to a nursing facility and she refuses to go as well. Her doctor suggests starting home hospice, but I don't know enough about it to feel that's the right choice. My son has so much on him (he's an emt) without dealing with her, and she's so mean and hateful to me. I can't deal emotionally or physically with her screaming at me like she does. Any suggestions?