69 year old w/s/f applies for the older adult waiver. On time of evaluation she is ambulatory, diagnosed with arthritis, HTN and obesity (400 lbs). She is able to do a sponge bath, dress herself and make a light meal. Evaluation is completed and she is denied a medical level of care. Client appealed the process. A court hearing was done in her apartment. Client now states that she is completely bedbound due to her weight and needs full assistance. Court rules in her favor and she now receives the older adult waiver, 10 hours a day/ 7 days a week. Aides have been in her home on many occasions and have found client ambulatory and caring for herself. When yearly assessments for level of care are done, client denies aides reports and she insists that she requires care and is bedbound. Client has now been receiving the waiver for five years at a total cost of $355,000. A new nurse is assigned to do the yearly assessment. She wants to document that the client is independent, needing only minimal assistance based on the aide’s observations, not what the client is reporting. This would trigger further litigation and its cost with the outcome most likely the same. What should the nurse do?