An update on my mother. About three weeks ago, on February 12th, my mom went on a 24 hallucination episode, screaming at people and yelling at people that were in her bedroom. Tried to talk to her, but it was of no use, was up with her most of the night and day. At 9:00 on Monday night she fell asleep and slept until 4:30 on Tuesday afternoon. When she woke up she could not sit up or stand up. She still was hallucinating and on Wednesday morning early I called the Ambulance to take her to the hospital. They checked everything and stated that all was good blood work, no UTi's, CT scans, and they stated that all was good but her head. They did order some rehabilitation for her due to not being able to stand up or sit up in bed on her own. So she went off tot he nursing home. Now mind you I still do not have Guardianship and in my little county, they do not grant emergency guardianship. So she right now is in the nursing home as her own POA. She was admitted to the Nursing Home on 2/18/17 and they could not get her to do any rehabilitation due to her screaming everytime they move her including rolling her to change her, putting her on the toilet, moving her to a wheelchair. So for about a week she was just screaming. Then the doctor decided to put a medication in her ice cream at night stating that should reduce the anxiety. Now my mom has never taken any drugs what so ever unless they were vitamins. So she appeared to have her anxiety reduced. Tonight I was in and she was screaming at the people in the hallways and getting got out of the wheelchair and fell. The nurse on duty stated that she has been like this all day. I asked if she has been getting the medication and the nurse stated that she has figured out in the last couple of nights that they have been giving medication in the ice cream and she will not take it. It was so bad tonight, I never seen her like she was. She was horrible and she was very combative. I asked if they can just not give her the medicine. It would seem to me that not giving her the medication is going to be more detrimental to her health than some how giving it to her. I asked them to give it to her while I was there, and they gave her the medication in the ice cream and she took it with no problem. So is the nursing home not giving it to her when they are suppose to or what. My hearing is on Friday, but I do not like the fact that they may not be giving her medication when they are suppose to. Now you may ask "Why would they not be giving her medication, because when she does not have it she tries to get out of her wheel chair and she has fallen. I kind of get the feeling that the nurse wants her to fall and break something so she has to leave their facility due to her attitude. She has fallen about three times with this nurse on duty. My mom cannot stand this nurse and has called her names and not nice names. How can I check to see if she is getting her medication at the same time every night if I do not have guardianship yet? I have gone in at night when the other nurse is on and she is already out and has had the medication. That is about 7:30 p.m. Tonight when I went in it was 8:15 and she was still up and just a terror yelling at people and having big hallucinations and the nurse stated that she has not had the medication the past two nights. So she was out there and just yelling all kinds of terrible things to people in the hall and she thinks she owns the nursing home. I want her to have the medication on a regular basis or figure out something else. It was terrible tonight. The medication she is on is called remeron.