My elderly MIL wants to continue to live at home, but my husband and I fear for her daily safety. She is in her late 70s with Parkinson's disease. She admitted she has fallen more times than we know - she has been hospitalized 3x in the last 5 months for falls, dehydration, hallucinations and 2 of those she had fallen and was there for hours or over a day. She still suffers double vision from the head injury. She does not always take her meds properly. She is supposed to be cleared to go home from a nursing home, alone, in a few weeks. Her house has 3 levels with many steps. It is proposed she will live on the 1st level only, but there is no way she will stay on just one floor. We know due to the Parkinson's, her health will continue to deteriorate. We think that she needs to be in an independent living or assisted living facility. My in-laws think she is fine to go home and live alone. We fear that living alone will end up the way it has the last few times - she will fall and get injured, or even die, alone, which is awful for her and will of course hurt our hearts as well. But it seems like there is nothing to do but let it happen? (We have argued any number of suggestions, but no one will hear us....) Suggestions?