She has been found wandering around a couple of times outside and when confronted she had no explanation of where she is going or able to tell anyone what she is doing. She gets angry when confronted. She has three sons with two of them being in the local area. She just recently moved into an assisted living center in Overland Park, Ks. Her husband passed last year when they were living in Florida, and in the last few months we lost our mom. She doesn't drive anymore because while in Florida she had a few situations where she got lost. I don't believe she has ever grieved over losing her husband and now I am concerned the stress of losing our mom has affected her also. Her middle son is her POA and is the most involved. She was living with him for 5 or 6 months before moving into an assisted living center close by. She didn't like it and subsequently moved in with her oldest son and his wife and four older children who lived close. However, an incident occurred, where she fell down the stairs while sleepwalking and the oldest son decided he didn't want the responsibility of her safety. So, she has moved into another Assisted Living apartment 5 minutes from the oldest son and 25 minutes from her middle son. She says she hates being there. Her middle son is a truck driver and works nights and it was very difficult for him to monitor his mother and entertain her and make sure she takes her Parkinson's medications when he would get home at 7 AM. She would frequently forget to take them and often would forget to eat. I live 45-60 minutes away. My other sister lives about 10 minutes from her. Her middle son, my nephew, called for advice. He had the assisted living Apartment, bracelet her, which she is not happy about. I don't know if she has been tested for dementia.
I told him that he should do what he thinks is right for her and not be concerned with consequences as long as he thinks things through. Any recommendations?