She has dementia..She fell last night and had to go to hospital. She had injured her hip about six months ago and was in a lot of pain. The doctor was waiting for a slight fracture to heal and was going to do a hip replacement, but her pain went away, so they decided to leave it alone. She has been doing physical therapy doing pretty good, until last name night's fall. Now that put all her progress back to step one. They put her on pain meds and sent her back to the center. She is wheelchair bound, but insists she can't wait for help to go to bathroom at night, even though she wears depends. So, she gets up and goes on her own. She has even been making her bed. We had her bed moved so it could be hooked up to the alarm to sound when she tries to get up, but she talked someone into moving it back. She said it was too noisy on that wall, even though it was only about 10 ft. away from the other wall. The plug is only on that wall, so for the alarm to work it has to be on that wall. She says she doesn't want to bother anyone for help. Our family can't take care of her at home, we own two businesses and my two brother-laws work out of town. My husband isn't the main poa, but has had to make all of the decisions and we don't know where to turn next. I think the center is understaffed as it is. There are only 45 or so residents, but at night there are only like 3 attendants. They gave her an alarm button to use if she needs help, but it is huge, and she says she doesn't understand how it works. You just push the red button down to turn it on, but she thinks it is a telephone. Any suggestions? Please.