These were short-term renters next door who were evicted after the grandmother then let in her granddaughter and the granddaughter's adult sons. The condo association evicted them under the terms of the lease. All were super sweet to my mother who is alone and suddenly her food bill doubled in one month and her cash withdrawals tripled. She claims she's just helping but I think she's being groomed for exploitation. Her doctor refuses to diagnose her with dementia but it's clear she's not making good choices. I think the grandsons took all my mom's pain pills, but she insists she flushed them. Social services refuses to step in until her doctor diagnoses her with dementia/Alzheimer's...I'm in a catch 22 and in the meantime she's no longer safe. I'm 1300 miles away and I'm the financial support for her for the past 25 years. This granddaughter has also promised my mother to come over for frequent visits with her sons...I'm so worried and can't convince my mother that this is just not safe behavior. Just because they have nice smiles does not mean that they are good people. What can I do under a POA that can make this a safer situation for my mother? On top of that she's battling breast cancer (refusing chemo, only doing radiation) so it's not like she has any cash flow to help these people. I've stopped putting $$ in her account just so that I can make sure she doesn't give it away. What else can I do to make sure she remains safe in her home?