My 83 year old grandmother who has had type 1 diabetes (needs insulin needles 2 times a day) for as long as I can remember. About 2 weeks ago she had a fall on her bum. It wasn't to bad as she has had falls before and they have been fine. Then comes time for her blood sugar and it was really high like 28 or 29. Then next day the same barley walk needed holding (while wanting to held herself up on furniture or walls) saying shes in pain and her blood sugar still quite high. So we decided to take her to the hospital just to make sure she hasn't broken her hip or anything and they said she was fine nothing other then her was sugar was high and needed needs to walk to bring it down. On the way home she started acting strange saying "the doctors are bunch of idiots and there wrong and don't know what there talking about). This has gradually gotten worse over the next few days. Sugar levels are still very high and having trouble and refusing to walk and helping her. Now it gets worse she keeps saying "she wants to go home" (aswell as some other delirious things) and "I can't walk, I am in too much pain", "your hurting me and beating up" (which our neighbors think we do but I could never her do) all the time. while refusing to eat, shower, walk or even stand sometimes hitting me and family members trying to help her with various objects. While constantly yelling and screaming then crying "I don't want help". Is there anything I can do or anyway too help her? (a home is not an option as years ago she made us all promise what ever happens never put her in a home).
Thanks in advance for the help and taking time out to read