Due to longterm family disputes, I am likely to be the only person in position to deal with upcoming elder care situations, some of which are evolving faster than I anticipated. 1) My 74-year-old mother who is rapidly losing mobility and has few financial resources 2) A reclusive 72-year-old aunt who is losing mobility and has ZERO financial resources and lives alone (by preference) in semi-squalid conditions 3) An active 77-year-old father who lives in his RV, is showing signs of diabetes, never goes to the doctor, and has few financial resources. I feel like I'm within 18 months to 2 years of becoming suddenly overwhelmed/blindsided by one or all of them having to go in hospital. I only have one sister and she has kept her distance from them for years so I don't feel I can call on her for any sort of help whatsoever (did I mention, she has few financial resources?) What can I, by myself, do now to prepare? Should I be asking/coaxing them to think about advance health care directives, home care, etc?