Okay so my grandmother is starting to show early signs of dementia, and lived alone. My younger sister and her boyfriend moved into her 2nd floor because of her bad knees and her not being able to use the steps. My sister was supposed to clean up downstairs, do dishes and laundry for her, just take care of the house and make sure she took her medicine, bathed, and ate. Its now 2 and a half years later. The house is completely disgusting. There's feces all over the first floor due to her toilet over flowing constantly from her trying to flush dirty depends. She wasn't taking care of her diabetes and recently lost her foot. The infection kept spreading so they had to take it up to her knee. She's been in and out of the hospital for infection after infection but still always wants to go home where she can chain smoke her cigarettes. But now my grandmother just lays on a filthy couch in her front room, she usually doesn't even have the strength or is too lazy to sit up without help. That's another problem, she's lazy and wants everything done for her. She can't get herself in her wheelchair, or on and off the toilet. And my sister works and can't help her all the time. And my grandmother is a heavy woman, my sister is tiny. She can't lift her. My father who has her power of attorney moved away so he wouldn't have to go help her every time she calls. He spends her money. That's all he does. My sisters boyfriend is a big guy but won't help lift her or anything because she is always covered in her own filth, because she wears the same dirty depend for a week. She hasn't been bathed in 4 years. Her hair is so matted its just horrible. She hasn't had any interest in taking care of herself since she retired. My sister and her boyfriend try to just stay upstairs. So they don't have to deal with her.
Is there a number I can call or look up to tell them she needs to be in a home, or just that her living conditions are horrible, or all of that? It's just horrible.