What can I do when my siblings won’t communicate together over our fathers caretaking issues and I’m the one always compromising?
( He is doing fine at home, with caretakers. Never wonders, still remembers names, lock codes etc.) But siblings want to put him in a care center- against his will- under the guise of "caring" and " just in case" . I fear this will lliterally kill him- but they have their minds made up. I have only one week to convience them to leave him where he is at for the moment. ( Doctor has been of no assistance because he is passively involved with a brother who wants to move him...).
ALL ( yes 100 % of Dads friends beleive he should stay where he is for now.)
My siblings seem to be reactiving out of fear and other peoples hard stories, instead of looking at the fact that Dad is fine for now.. I cant seem to find a list of "whY" to keep him at home. Ive made up my list, but it would be helpful if I can find a professional list of why staying home is good for him. ( He has 24 hr care, so he is safe) Ive heard 70% of Alz. patients live at home, but I cant find an official statistic. Help ?