Mom is in AL in Ga. I live in Alabama. I have come over many times and addressed with them 3 times that she needs help. The aides come in, ask her if she needs help or wants a shower, she says no and they leave. I walked in yesterday afternoon and she had soiled her pants at lunch, no Depends on, slacks and shoes covered in poop. Mom is now on hospice. I cleaned her up. While I was changing her I noticed her legs were so swollen she was weeping fluid from them. She has compression socks but they either don't put them on her or they leave them on her and she cuts them off at night because she can't get them off. I have repeatedly complained about those things. They keep telling me it's the others responsibility. How hard would it be to take her home with me and get her set up with hospice in another state? How do I go about it and getting her meds/orders and anything else she will need? Is the equipment (shower chairs, walkers etc) hospice supplied hers? She has moderate Alz, Afib, CHF. Since she moved to Ga she has gotten worse and it is breaking my heart. My step siblings will not take care of her or advocate for her. She will not live much longer at this rate. I have medical advanced directive. In GA you don't have to have a POA, the directive is all that's needed.