My mother suffered a Brain Hemorrage/AVM rupture 9 years ago followed by a Stroke. Since then she's had a tracheostomy collar, Feeding tube and a urinary catheter. She only has mobility of the left side of her body (Head, right arm and leg). My wife and I along with our small children have cared for her at home after her immediate family played a guilt card on me for being financially stable at the time to care for her at home vs a nursing facility where she had been for a year. We dont qualify for a night nurse (been trying), My kids have grown to teens without many family trips or vacations due to the lack of having nurses available, wife has grown mentally and physically tired (I think she is depressed, she wont share) I am wondering how difficult it would be to place my mother back into a nursing home. I don't want to be selfish, but my kids lives are passing by in front of me, my wife is constantly sad and irritated and I feel our situation plays a major role. I have affection for my mother but this is killing me since I was not the closest to her. I do however have 2 other Siblings and immediate family that could go see her at a nursing facility on a regular basis even though they have failed to follow through on promises to help or take on her care. I am not sure however that it is possible to place her back in a facility. She has Medicaid and Medicare Part and B plus Anthem. Any advice or help would be appreciated. My mother screams all night, she pulls her tracheostomy tubes and it has not been easy to cope with it at night. Doctor says she may have pre-dementia. Any advice would be appreciated.