My mom has been in and out of the hospital the past year. She's had pneumonia 2 times and been discharged. The last time she ended up in the hospital (2 months ago) she had sepsis (she has bladder problems), and flu a&b. This turned into pneumonia (3rd time). She has congenital heart failure, afib, low blood pressure, incontinence and memory problems (which are severe to us, but we are having trouble getting doctors to see what we see.) She has respiratory distress last week and ended up in ICU for her pneumonia that they thought had cleared up. She was severely anemic and they gave her a blood transfusion. She's breathing without oxygen now and responding to the antibiotics (stable vitals/no fever) so they are about to discharge her. I am worried about her at home (alone) since she lives in unsanitary/filthy conditions. Mold around, over 30+ animals and feces all over the floor, tons of dust, etc. She's also very stubborn and does not want to change her way of living and doesn't want any help. I'm worried that her living conditions are contributing to her constantly being hospitalized for pneumonia since the air is not clean in her home. She has trouble remembering conversations from earlier in the day, or even if she visited a doctor or not. She cannot drive and cannot get herself to doctors appointments. We have set up a car service for her, but she's so difficult in even telling us when her appointments are. What can we do? Do we just let her live how she is living? I feel like she's so sick and has recently escaped death with all of the issues that she's been having. I hate to think that we will put her back in this environment and she'll continue to decline.