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I would recommend terminateing your po as for your sister. I would then contact the office of the age for her County to advise of situation and need for care. Once you terminate poas it will force state to act aND take her as award.
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If you are the PoA only for your sister and you are not able to care for her and she cannot care for herself, then you can contact Adult Protection Services in CA, http://www.cdss.ca.gov/agedblinddisabled/PG2300.htm.
APS will investigate and will determine whether or not she is able to care for herself. If she cannot care for herself and they find that she cannot do so, then they will take over her care and will put her into a care program managed by the states.
You do not have to take over all of her care and you are not under any legal duty to do so, you would have to contact APS though and they have to start an investigation to take over her care and make her a ward of the state.