You should contact the nursing home and demand that they correct the situation. Having power of attorney usually means that that person has the ablity to sign and authorize things on behalf of another, it never means they are allowed to ignore dangerous conditions that you have described.
You might need adult protective services to intercede. Sounds like there might be elder abuse issues here.
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No state regulated facility may have someone in squalor. You may file a complaint. Power of attorney controls decisions.
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If you think the son is not doing the right thing you can petition the court to be appointed as guardian/conservator.
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