My aunt, who broke her hip two months ago, is coming home from rehab in NH this week. She got really upset about an incident that happened when the staff didn't come fast enough to take her to the potty chair and she wet herself, and also she was unhappy over how she was being treated in P.T. (she felt that they were rehabbing her more for her stroke-related problems that had been addressed by her home therapy than for her hip issues).So she had her granddaughter (my cousin) meet with the staff and pressure them for an early release. As a result, she will be home two days from today.I am nervous, almost terrified that I won't be able to care for her properly. I don't know how to move a hip patient! Do I do it differently than I moved her before? What about changing her Depends? There are so many things to worry about. And sad to say, the timing was awful because I was so looking forward to a major church function next week where I would have been gone all day. I guess that's out of the question now.Supposedly the NH is sending home therapists for PT and OT, she isn't too thrilled with that. After her stroke, she didn't like her first PT and reported his poor performance; the agency sent her a new person. Now she is going to tell them not to send the same ones from before.