I have been the sole live in caregiver for my 86 year old mother who suffers from dementia, total hearing loss in the right ear,10% hearing in the left ear with a hearing aid, COPD, inability to walk due to bilateral knee replacement, and now has bladder issues and just diagnosed with asthma. I also take care of her dog. I do this in love for my mother and will do it to the day I believe I can't or until she is called home. The problem is my mothers youngest daughter who lives 3000 miles away has now called the police twice stating that her 86 year old mother hasn't answered her calls in a 2 week period, and at one time asked if we could establish a time where I could sit our mother in a chair so we could schedule a chat. This would be more convenient for her. In one case, she wanted to know if I could do her a favor and lower the TV for my mother so my mother could hear her speak. In a recent card, she alerted my mother that she was concerned because she had called mom and never had the chance to speak; until I brought it to her attention that she was calling at dinner time everyday which I advised her that if her mother is sitting down at a hot dinner that I prepare; no one including the president will get her up from the table. I did pick up twice and remind her it was dinner time and to call back. She never returned a call. I have blocked this person form my email, and now she is calling from different telephone numbers to determine if we are screening her calls. This person has now called the police twice on her mother for not returning her calls and when she has full knowledge she is fine, or she would be notified. This also coming from a person who wanted to put her father in a home because her smelled and put her mother into assisted living before dad even passed. I have enough to do, and do not believe I have the legal obligation to "give her updates" if my mom does not want to speak to her or my mom can't hear her over the telephone. Do I and what can be done to stop these continuing upsetting occurrences to my mother?