My mother is competent. She's 78 years old with lung cancer. The radiation has scarred her lung so much that she has lost about half of the capacity in that lung. Her oncologist, along with other doctors, has recommended Hospice for palliative treatment. She's been in and out of the hospital, averaging 6 times in three months. She won't do anything to help herself (this has been the case for 20 years). My father died 2 1/2 years ago and I moved my mother from AZ to IN and she lives in a very nice, safe and caring assisted living facility. They have 24 hour nursing and three meals a day. She just got home yesterday from another week's stay in the hospital. I have POA and MPOA, however, like I said she is competent. She doesn't want Hospice to come in for palliative treatment. She expects the nurses, aids and especially me to take care of everything from keeping her fed to cleaning the cat box. How do I get Hospice involved if she refuses?