I have a family member in an assisted living facility in Ohio, she'd been cared for by another family member both husband, her son, and wife daughter in law for 16 months. She had to go in because both were beyond burned out and the situation was on the verge of destroying the marriage of the caregivers. Her daughter lives in Texas and wasn't much help. They now find themselves backed into a corner because her savings is getting depleted, and her income has resulted in her being denied of assistance from Medicaid. Neither husband or wife, nor her daughter are able to help financially, a one bedroom apartment where the husband and wife live is not a workable situation for all concerned, and moving her down to Texas to live in her daughters house would be an absolute nightmare. She's 97, in really good health for her age, yet still needs help with things, and definitely can't live on her own safely. What is the family supposed to do? Can the facility call and tell them to get her and her belongings because she can no longer pay?