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Has she been formally diagnosed by her doctors with dementia or Alzheimer's?
What evidence do you have of any neglect?
Ok, then legally, unless you have a medical power of attorney or a legal guardianship over her, then you wouldn't have any legal standing to intervene. You could call the local adult protective services and file a complaint and then they would have to go out and pay them a visit to see if she was in any danger. If she was, they could take her into protective custody and provide medical care for her with her potentially being placed in a long term care facility.