She will have to sign the HIPAA form so that you can get info from others at the RTC and RCU about her condition. She is the best source of info at this point. I left info on your My Page.
BTW, calling the Red Cross will do you no good since this is not an emergency. She is an adult and making decisions on her own.
Sorry, she is an adult and it is up to her to decide if you are to be contacted or not and by what person.
That may be true, but she is the one making her health decisions now just as you make decisions for yourself now and not your mother.
Yes, I know that is not what you want to hear, but it is the way it is from now on. Yes, I've been on the receiving end of no info because my Sailor, then age 20, was in another country in a hospital and chose not to let me know what was going on because he "didn't want (me) to worry" and it made me worry lots more than if he'd told me more and let medical personnel speak with me.
I understand completely. I was just pointing out that she is now in control and you don't have the right to get info unless she permits it.
Although my son has shut me out of some medical things--some pretty serious in my opinion, he had me fly in to be with him for one surgery and part of the recovery and yes, he signed the HIPAA forms so that I was provided with information and was able to speak with his physicians, specialists, and others involved in his care.