Distinguishing Hutcheson v. Eskaton FountainWood Lodge (2017) 17 Cal.App.5th 937, this decision holds that a durable power of attorney that did not follow the statutory form granted the agent authority to agree to arbitration of disputes between the principal, an ailing elder, and the elder care facility to which she had been transferred.  The power of attorney specifically allowed the agent to arbitrate disputes and also provided that the agent could arrange for the principal’s health and other care.  Unlike Hutcheson, the arbitration agreement was separate from the admission agreement and was signed separately after admission.