Stars, sorry that it's an ongoing issue, and no there isn't a magic pill and you can't snow her. Husband really needs to declare here incompetent and get legal power over everything. Next-of-kin status is one thing, legal power of attorney is another. It is a process. All Nannie has to do is put on that sweet face and say "now I'm not doing that" and legally the hospitals or facilities won't do anything. My ex went through that with his dad who wound up driving to Miami (hundreds of miles from home and he was lost) and it was a "come get him" kind of situation rather than admit for any kind of evaluation. He also was spending a lot of money for no good reason on stupid stuff and investments. He was then able to take his car, take over financing, and place him in an ALF (his dad had resources and made no promise to take care of his dad, it wasn't possible as he was working and an only child). If your doc is willing to declare her incompetent that's a good start. All the best.
Overtime day for me. I thought maybe float team members might need placing and I would be called off, but no call, so I hope it's good staffing with me there extra.
Yesterday was a good quiet day. It's our rainy reason still and true to nature, were getting some rain which is nice.