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Hi and welcome to JA. Ray here to help you today.
What state is the sister in here?
I would contact the Ombudsman here.
I am being honest not sure that bringing her back is the best thing , but Ombudsman can help with all of this including relocating the person and guardianship.
This is a state paid person here that advocates for all residents here.Thanks again
The Ombudsman would need to set up guardianship in Kentucky if she returned home.
The problem here is she probably needs to be in a lock up facility because of the alcohol and dementia issues, it would be hard for you to properly care for her.There might well be a facility in your state, the Ombudsman can help you locate one or see if that is an option.
I understand she wants out of there, but it can be a problem because I am not at all sure you have ability to deal with all these issues especially if you have health issues of your own.
At least she is getting the care she needs and apparently prospering to the degree she can.
I would talk this all over with the Ombudsman to see what would be best for her here and where that would be.I worry that this might be a real burden to you to take her in and deal with it all.Hard to monitor someo0ne 24 hours a day.I know in your heart you want her to return but sometimes that is not possible.
I know its tough and she may have gotten worse during this time and truly need the care.Call the Ombudsman and talk it over, ask him about any facilities nearer to you.There may be options even if they have a waiting list here.
I appreciate the chance to help you today.Thanks again and the best to her and you.
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