It isn't safe for her to be home alone. All of her savings went to in-home caregivers over the past 14 months due to her fall and broken knee. She refused to go to rehab or a nursing home. I have to work and she had caregivers 6 hours per day but recently fell again after the caregiver left, before I got home. I have spent 100's of hours coordinating her care, paying her bills on time, making doctors appointments, in and out of hospitals with her, doing her shopping, etc. with no pay. She feels entitled that I take care of her and refuses to listen to reason. Her Medicaid application for nursing home care was recently submitted and I believe she will qualify due to her low income and no assets. My siblings haven't had relationships with her for years because of her sense of entitlement. There are no other family members who maintain relationships with her..The nursing home says that because she is competent, she can not be held against her will. I am exhausted. I have bulging discs, bone spurs and arthritis in my neck and back. Emotionally, physically and financially, I can not take care of her and I will not allow her to live with me for her sake and mine. Do I have to move to prevent her from living with me? Can I resign as her POA? I'm desperate to keep her safe and to have my life back.