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BTW, the authority one needs to make the care center decision is Health Care Proxy or Medical POA. A financial POA does not have that authority.
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I was able to sign for my elderly Mom being her Power of Attorney when she had to move into long-term-care. The facility made sure I signed everything with my name and placing that I was POA for "Freqflyer Mom". Some facilities aren't that careful when it comes to signatures and POA's.
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No. POA includes no financial responsibility with your own money. As cmagnum says, be careful of what you sign!
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As long as you don't sign anything that would make you financially responsible. First of all, you need a doctor's recommendation that this person go to a nursing home. You can't just sign them in.
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