The senior apartment complex where my mom lives is planning on evicting her. They are evicting her because she has destroyed property belonging to her neighbor on 3 occasions and the neighbors are complaining about the noise coming from her apartment.She is behaving this way partly because of her mental illness which she refuses to get treatment for. There are also some physical ailments that may be contributing to the mental illness. I tried last year to get her in assisted living but to no avail . Her living with me is not an option. The place I live is like for 1 person or a married couple. Very small. Also I can't handle her. Her temper is terrible and she's delusional. And frankly I would not want go to sleep around her night after night. I had to call the csb to try and get them to see if they could medical help for her. There was a possibly at one time if she had gotten medical help, the manager at her complex would been willing to let her stay as long she was taking meds for the mental problems and that it was stabilizing her. My mom is 72. How do I declare her incompetant? She needs to be in assisted care or a nursing care where she can get the care she needs. How do I start the process, I don't have money for lawyers nor do I qualify for legal aid.
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