It's complicated, but she's been living with me for 2 years. She was under hospice home care until a couple of months ago due to chronic pneumonia (hospitalized 5 times in as many months last year), but she's had no recurrence since then. She just got over a MRSA/cellulitis infection from stastis dermatitis in her legs, and I'm having a hard time keeping the house disinfected because of the constant messes in the bathrooms and her leaving her used tissues EVERYWHERE. It's a job keeping her hands washed, and she won't sit still for very long before she's wandering the house touching everything. And I'm following behind her disinfecting. I caught the infection from her already, I'm going nuts trying to keep the 3 other adults and my grandson who live here from getting it. The kicker is, I doubt she'll even qualify for Medicaid after her money runs out, which at this point would be in about 4 months. She owns a home in another state, but I don't know if that's enough to qualify her for that state's Medicaid since she doesn't actually live there now. And I don't know how to get there to meet with an attorney in that state to find out what needs to be done since I'm taking care of my grandson while he's in school during the week and my son and husband are at work. Anyway, I've been told that in order to be accepted into a SNF, a doctor will have to verify that it's medically necessary. For the record, neither she nor my dad were in the military. Honestly, I'm at a loss as to what to do other than drive her back home and leave her on one of my two siblings' doorstep. They're willing to help, but there isn't much they can do 200 miles away, especially when they both work. Sorry, but it's been a particularly tiring day and I'm taking this opportunity to vent.