I visit my aunt on a fairly regular basis to say hi and see if she needs anything. She's 79 and lives alone, but has several people who come in once a week or everyday to help her with daily living activities like bathing and preparing meals. One of these people, a nursing aid, makes me very nervous. She always seems to be around when I visit and never wants to leave the room while I talk with my aunt. My aunt doesn't answer my questions about this woman during the few times I have her alone without the aid present. In fact she gets short with me and tells me not to worry. She also never asks me to do things related to her finances like she used to. She used to ask me to help her balance her checking account for example. Now she says no and seems to get upset when I ask. Is this something that I should report? It certainly seems like something is going on.
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