She didn't like her daytime caregiver.
She has a history of caregiver abuse and has lost several due to name calling, etc. She has been in several nursing homes/ assisted living facilities but feels the caregivers are "unqualified" and threatens to report them to the state. Two have requested she not return. My mother is currently living with us. Her doctor would like to keep her living at home as long as possible. She receives more personalized care here. I am now receiving regular unannounced visits from the state elder care department. The caseworker is rather hostile and gives me the feeling that he is looking for an infraction. I'm not sure what my rights are. We have a full-time, experienced caregiver and have complied with all requests from the elder care representative. As the primary caregiver ( I'me her only child) the state investigator keeps reminding me that I am ultimately responsible for all aspects of her care. I'm working closely with mom's doctor, a gerontologist and we are following her care plan closely. I'm getting a bit worried about my legal standing. Any advice?