Report it to the District Attorney's office in the county in which your parent lives. They should have a division/person that handles elder fraud/theft/financial crimes. I am currently caregiving for a gentleman who experienced theft from a caregiver who wrote herself a check from his checkbook... more
It sounds as though your parents' lives and home have been commandeered by your brother and the men he hired. With your brother having POA, unless your parents make a change and have you as POA, their situation likely won't change. Does he also have Durable Medical Power of... more
Here are some questions I would ask.... 1. What do you like best about Caregiving? What do you like the least? 2. How do you deal with it when the person you are caring for gets upset? 3. Do you get a flu shot every year? 4. What home activities... more
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