My 86-year-old mother-in-law broke her hip 3 years ago. She was very uncooperative during her rehab stay and refused to make life-style changes (wear better shoes, remove loose rugs, rearrange furniture, use walker, get LifeAlert, use portable phone) to aid in her recovery at home. During the last six months she has declined rapidly, falling three more times, with the last fall leaving her semi-conscious on the floor for 10-12 hours before she was found. She spent 3 days in the hospital, 30 days in rehab and has been moved into assisted living for a 30-day trial period. One week into the trial period, the staff have already indicated that they do not think she will adjust. She has refused to eat, refused to do physical therapy, refused to participate in any activities including church, and refused to let staff change her clothes after she had an "accident." She needs 24/7 care and we believe that she will also refuse to cooperate with home caregivers. What do we do now?