My mom is 81 years old and has Alzheimer's, mild to moderate, and has suffered back problems for many years. We can no longer allow her to manage her medications and she is becoming less able to manage her finances. Prior to her diagnosis I made sure she had her advance directives, POA and Will made. She lives in a 3 bedroom home alone about 2 hours from me. My sister and brother live by her but they both work 5 days per week and are unable to really be there. I am a hospice/geriatric nurse, and I work 3 days per week with 4 days off straight. I have access to nurses, caregivers and doctors. I have been trying to talk my mom into moving with me for a year now, but my 2 sisters are blocking me. They keep telling me my mom doesn't want to move from her home and that she's happy there. Everyday is different with my mom and she does not remember previous days. She cannot tolerate her pain like she used to and her arthritis is getting worse. She is unable to manage her pain with medications because she will forget that she has medication for the pain. We do not have the means to hire skilled caregivers and I would rather take care of her. I am at my wits end trying to make my sisters understand any of this. I deal with families everyday with ease. Dealing with older siblings who seem to have no respect for what I do or can provide is very frustrating. I could use some advice.