Answered on Feb 13th, 2017 at 8:27 AM
From the description of your problem, it sounds as though your family members have harassed you and your mother's home health aides periodically over the years, most recently, last week, regarding your mother. You say your siblings "do not help", but have you prohibited them from seeing your mother? Does your mother not want to see them? As your mother's POA/health proxy, you are entitled to contact or have a lawyer contact your mother's health care providers and instruct them not to release any information about your mother to anyone but you, and certainly not to take instruction from anyone with regard to your mother other than you. There is no reason that the health aides should be taking calls or emails from your family members- tell them not to respond. Finally, if your mother can no longer make decisions for herself or take care of herself, you may want to consider commencing a REAL Article 81 proceeding to be appointed as her guardian - which will put your other family members on notice that you- and no one else- make decisions on your mother's behalf, in all areas.