Is it appropriate to call adult protective services if both elderly parents refuse help?
My father has had a stroke and is in a wheelchair and now blind as a result of diabetes. My mother is the only caregiver for him, I live two hours away. They will not make repairs in the home there are electrical problems, mold, and damage to the ceiling a storage a result of a roof leak that has been repaired. They will not allow a nurse to come in to help. The mattress is destroyed but they will not replace it. They are able to afford the repairs and care necessary but refuse to allow me to help and we are barely able to come into the house with my children because she wants to leave right when we get there. They are hoarding clothes but not to the point where they cannot get through the House safely. I have tried numerous times to get help for them. I need help determining if it is time to call APS please