I had to place my husband in 24/7 hospice care at the VA last week, and he is more confused than ever. He is in no pain even with prostate cancer that has metastasized to his liver and his right humerus. He still has his smile, sweet disposition and yet I can't care for him because he can hardly walk and I can't lift him at all. He weighs 100 pounds more than me and I have an unrepairable rotator cuff that won't left me lift. I visit him and they are just ignoring him basically - haven't even cleaned his dentures since he's been there a whole week, hasn't taken his hearing aids out at night or checked the batteries, and he isn't hungry because the food doesn't look appetizing at all. He is losing weight and strength and it kills me to have to see him not cared for. I'm meeting with the care staff in 2 days to voice my concerns. Is there anything else I can do to get him better care? I can't afford home care 24/7 and have no place for someone to stay if I could afford the $3,000 + it would take. Anyone else had this predicament?