I'm alone caring for my 73-year-old mom with moderate/severe dementia. I live too far out to get a doctor to make a house call. My mom in the last couple of days has said her back hurts, and will only get up to go to the bathroom. I try to tell her that we need to go to the emergency, but she won't get up, and says no. She hardly drinks water in the last 2 days and doesn't want to eat. She has dementia with severe hallucinations 24/7, she isn't on any medication for the hallucinations because these types of medicines make her sick and the neurologist said he doesn't want to put her on anything. I'm going the natural route anyway, but the neurologist pretty much abandoned us, and says there is nothing he can do. He even looked angry when my mom yelled at him and told him to leave her alone (I thought neurologist are use to brain damaged patients...). Anyway, she has no primary physician because she refuses to see one. It's hard to get her to understand me because she is now in her own reality. The hallucinations/delusions are difficult. I need to bathe her etc. but with her back and her refusing any of my help, I don't know what to do. Should I call 911, will they take her to the hospital even if she becomes combative and refuses help. She swears at people and can be quite aggressive. I don't want there to be something really wrong and with her not eating for 2 days... I have given her Dr. Axe Healing Protein and Green Food Super Drink, but just doing that she fights me. Any advice would be so much appreciated. My financial situation is dismal, I have durable POA and Medical POA. She has no long-term care, I provide all her care at home, she only has blue-cross/blue-shield insurance. I haven't applied for medicare/medicaid yet. Don't know if I should. Her monthly income is only 2000 from my deceased dad's government pension, it mostly goes towards the mortgage. We live off of the life insurance money, but it's quickly being depleted. I work from home to try to bring in extra money.