Mom is resident of nursing home,she is not able to walk but stands and transfers from chair to recliner, recliner to chair. Needs assistance to and from bathroom. Recently CNA was taking mom to bathroom, her knees were a little shakey, she told the aide to sit her back in chair and give her a minute, instead the aide lowered her to the floor, with knees under her. Mom is heavy so took several to get her up. Then nursing staff deemed her hoyer lift from now on says she is too inconsistant. Mom is still able to stand and transfer as before, they will not allow her to even stand, must use hoyer for all mode of transfer, she does not get to go to bathroom. Mom has CHF, fluid builds up if she does not move heart doc say she has to stay active to stay alive. I go twice daily take her to the bathroom, exercise her, we stand up and down several times. Nursing home continues with hoyer. Mom is 94 she is still alert, begs to get up out of chair, begs to go to bathroom. If mom is continued to be left immobile, she will not live long CHF and fluid build up will get her along with stiffness of arthritis. Please tell me what to do ..