My mother seems to be slipping into severe dementia, but has not been diagnosed. She is currently refusing to eat, drink or take any medications. One brother has a DPOA and the other a medical POA. She has caregivers that come to her house for 14 hours a day, but they will now not get her out of bed due to an incident when she was being moved and did not hold her self up with a walker during the transition and has a huge gash on her leg. My brother was worried about the wound since it did not look like it was healing well and took her to the hospital. She then started accusing him of being in a conspiracy with my other brother against her. She started to refuse food, water, meds and care. My brother is also under the impression that if we do not do something within 60 days, she will become a ward of the state. He has been researching assisted living facilities, and found one that he was going to try to move her into this week before all of this happened, but now she is refusing. Her behavior seems suicidal, but we cannot seem to force her to do anything that will benefit her. Is this true? Do we have any resources to force her care?