There is a line between helping out family who needs it, and being taken advantage of. It sounds like they are taking advantage of you. That being said, you don't want to just leave them all high and dry. Maybe you could look up government help for them, or something, make sure that there's at least some help if/when you move out. I'm assuming that your g-parents son is your uncle, your mom is clearly in no shape to be taking care of them, or finding care for them, but is your uncle helping out at all? I know that it isn't the easiest thing, but sometimes the kids have to make the decision to either get care for, or find a retirement home for their parents. My grandma was very much the same, she didn't want to live in a "community" or a home, she wanted to still be out on her own, so we found a nice condo for the over 50 crowd, and as she got worse, we ended up hiring nurses to come help out every day. She was able to sort of keep her independence, and her own place, but she did have the help she needed so she could continue to stay there. Just some information. This place sounds like it might be perfect for you, but I do agree that you NEED to get everything in writing. Exactly what jobs you will be required to do, what type of hours are you looking at, what exactly is included for the work you are doing, so that later on there are no surprises or problems. Good luck.