I have been taking care of my parents for over 4 years without a day off without pay. I moved into their home and eventually had to quit my job. . My 4 siblings have refused to help but they decided I was spending to much money , turned me into APS for financial abuse. I never got a chance answer to the allegations. My older sister told them I was homeless when I moved in and APS told me I should be happy to have a roof over my head. WE had a family meeting w/ APS, siblings were to pay me $800 mo and help out e/o wkend.. They have not done this. My dad has alzheimers , heart and kidney failure , mom is legally blind. I called APS last week and told them I was exhausted, no one helping, APS refused to help me and 30 min later I tripped fell towards my mom and she broke her hip.
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