How does an elder regain guardianship of herself if state took over?

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she was under influence of medication in hospital and now she speaks and think as well as before she went into hospital.she has no living family, just a friend/ caregiver whose helped assist her for the past 6 years

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The court appoints a lawyer to defend her, a court evaluator examines her and her MD's provide a patient history. The Social Worker would be deposed as well. So she would have to repeat the whole process and pass with flying colors. I have never seen a patient, especially an elder, suddenly recover all their abilities. It would be a first.
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What actually happened here? Who did the court appoint as guardian, as conservator?
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