I am sorry to hear that you and your husband are having to go through this.
So long as an agent signs as an agent, as the attorney in fact, they cannot be personally liable for the conduct of the ward. The agent is acting as a representative of the principal, and so long as they do not sign in their individual capacity they cannot be personally liable for either the debts of the principal, or the conduct of the principal.
It may be worthwhile to contact this non profit:
They can send out an ombudsman to help review the situation and make some suggestions, or even provide some training to the aides, to help ensure that they are able to cope with declining health situations. A valid concern would be the aids quitting without notice, and the senior not having proper care, so the ombudsman may be able to assist with a back up contingency plan in the event that happens.
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