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My grandmother broke her leg near her hip just over two months ago. She had surgery and was put a a rehabilitation center. She has been in the center for approx 6 weeks. Her bone has healed and she is recouping well. Now, last week a doctor diagnosed her with early on set alzheimer's. I want a second opinion but my aunt & uncle do not agree. The rehabilition center, which doubles as a nursing home, told them they would be eventually seizing my grandma's property. My grandma does not want to stay in the nursing home and asks each day when she will be allowed to return home. My brother and I are the only one's who are willing to take care of her. My brother has been living with and taking care of my grandma for about the last five years. Everyone else (my grandma's 5 kids) just want to leave her there and be done with it. I'm guessing that without Power of Attorney I won't have much luck with questions 2,3 & 4, but I hope I'm wrong. PLEASE HELP GUIDE ME!
My questions are:
1. How I can go about getting Power of Attorney (I believe one of her kids are currently power of attorney, but none of my family will give up much information).
2. How to get a second opinion for her diagnosis?
3. Stop her from losing her home.
and most importantly:
4. How to be allowed to have her home with me (my brother would move in with me as well so someone would always be home)?
Her go back to her own home with my brother?