My Mother is his 24/7 caregiver and she won't listen to anyone about needing additional help. I'm always here but she won't even let me in to help. I find out the morning after that my Dad has fallen and 911 was called. Mother is severely depressed (always has been) and now that she is sleep deprived it's even worse. I'm at wits end--she won't listen to doctors or physical therapists. Doesn't want people around but has lots of questions. I am their POA for everything. They can afford long term care for Dad but Mom is concerned about (and rightly so) the Medicare process and making sure it is correct so she won't lose everything. How can I help them? What can we expect? Dad is 6'3" (85 y/o); Mom is 84, very strong except in mind, a 5'3" and she still insists on pulling him up even though the physical therapists, doctors and EMTs keep telling her she is going to hurt herself. She's also worried about "what people will think about her and that she hasn't done enough"--WHAT PEOPLE?!? She won't let anyone in the house (it's always perfect and clean so is Dad) and she doesn't really talk to anyone. SO, this sounds more about her than him but if it concerns Mom, it concerns Dad--he is deeply devoted to her. HELP!