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I agree, must be frustrating. I know this takes some doing, but I would have no hesitation about going over her head and tell her you want to speak with her supervising physician, otherwise you want your aunt admitted. Sounds like squeaky wheel time, to me.
I don't know that Seroquel would have any increased fall risk compared to risperidone or Haldol, and if the risperidone isn't doing the trick, you are entirely correct that something needs to change.
Good luck--let us know what's happening.
Is she admitted to Geriatric Psych ward or to regular hospital? Maybe a transfer to the specific type of hospital could be the next move? Not sure. From what I’ve read from these wise folks, telling them you cannot bring her back home is the right way to have her admitted to a facility.
Let us know.
Doing a drug interaction on the current meds using drug.com there are 3 major interactions and 2 moderate one that you need to be aware of and watch out for.
Most often I think we are thrown into being responsible for another human being with zero training. One of the pioneers in "caregiving" is Teepa Snow. If you google her name with a specific problem you are facing she will likely have some advice to share.
Another pioneer is Naomi Feil and her valadation theory.
I would give each of these ladies a look-see. They might be helpful to you at this point in your journey.