My mother was diagnosed with dementia after a hellish couple of weeks where she kept calling the ambulance, spent time in the ER and hospital, and had both hallucinations and delusions. She is now in memory care assisted living. I obtained emergency guardianship and was set for full guardianship, with a hearing next week. My only sibling lives out of state. She appears fairly normal to those who don't know or spend a short amount of time with her. Her lawyer deemed her perfectly fine. We have reports from several doctors that say otherwise. Besides dementia, she has macular degeneration, and COPD. She has been on a low dose of Haldol after trying to strike a nurse early in the process. She is also 95 years old. Now, she is demanding to go home and will not agree to the guardianship, and her lawyer is backing this. I can't believe anyone would send her home, but stranger things have happened. The hearing will be rescheduled for a longer one where witnesses will be called. I think it will get ugly and only upset her more. Does anyone have any advice?