She has had 4 inpatient hospitalizations and 2 surgeries-most recently she broke her femur and is recovering - and 3 rehabs since April 28th of this year. My husband and I just remodeled our home to accommodate her (stair chair-lift, walk-in shower, railings on all walls, bed rail, etc). She and a live-in caregiver moved in with us last Saturday. She forgets she can't walk without her walker and assistance sometimes. The past 3 nights she has woken up confused, once sitting up in bed trying to get up and just this morning scooting to the end of the bed to get around the rail (the bed is pushed against the wall on one side) and managed to fall. Apparently she is ok this time but we need to prevent falls. The surgeon said if the rod or screws in her hip/leg move or pop out she will be in a wheelchair permanently. Plus she has exhausted her 100 Medicare days and needs to remain hospital-free for 60 consecutive days for them to renew. We have a baby monitor but no one heard her scooting down the bed, only the fall. Short of wrapping her in bubble wrap and putting a helmet on her (kidding) how can prevent this? We do not want her placed in a nursing home. We promised her plus the ones in our area we've researched and they are poorly rated. My husband and I are in debt so neither of us can quit our jobs to help out more. Oh, and we're newlyweds-7 months.There is no one else who can help. Does anyone have suggestions of something we've not thought to try? Thank you! !