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I am afraid that you may run into trouble with this if it is questioned because only the grantor of the POA can extend it or transfer it to someone else. But if mother has not been declared medically or legally incompetent by her doctors or a probate judge, then this is no problem..
But yes, mother would have to sign the new POA in front of a notary with then acknowledging the signature.