I wrote several months ago about letting a caregiver dispense Mom's medication. She has been kicking and crying ever since. She now has gone to another doctor who is not aware of what she is doing and he she says he has agreed to give her back her medication. I found all this out with a medical online site the doctors have provided. This doctor did call me and inquire about her medication and I gave him a short version of all that has gone on with her and that we had just refilled some of her medications. He agreed that when her refills are up that I, her daughter, could contact him and he would authorize a refill. He upped the dosage on her Sleeping medication and I picked that up tonight and gave to her caregiver. When I called her she said that he said she could all her medications back and now she was going to find a way to get them back. My question is, is it legal at this point to give her back her medication or do I keep suffering with all the Huh Ha and Crap that she is giving everyone. We decided that it was best to let a caregiver give her the medication because in the past years she has made many, many trips to the ER because of high blood pressure and many times stayed in the observation room for a day. Currently, she lives in a Senior Retirement Living Facility. I have mentioned to her that we are looking to place her in an Assisted Living Facility. She told me she was never moving to an Assisted Living Facility. Did I mention that she is 90 years old. Any suggestions?