Hello all ~ So, my father is 88 with heart failure. I believe that he has the start of Alzheimer's or Dementia. At this point, I don't feel the need for any testing on that. He does not want any surgery for the heart failure and I respect that. Some days he's really with it. Then there are what I call my "High Alert" days. We've never actually told him he will never be able to drive again, yet I think in his mind he can (and will). I am his full time caregiver, which requires dressing, bathing, and all the other daily needs. I try and bring him with me when I do errands. He doesn't go into places with me, but sits in the car and rides. I figure it gets him out of the house. I've taking him for lunch a handful of times since last summer. It's hard with COVID and restrictions. I ask when we are out if he wants me to drive around so he can take in some sights, but he never wants to do that. It does get exhausting with all the gear, wheelchair/walker/extra clothing bag for "just in case", to take him places. But I am resolved in taking care of him. However, I just feel like I am keeping him existing. He's not much of a talker. He just likes to sit in his recliner all day and watch TV. He doesn't like to do crafts or puzzles. I keep telling myself he would tell me if there is anyplace he would like to go. But then, I don't know if he even knows. Yesterday he was charging up his GPS and playing with that. I asked if he wanted to leave. (He can't live on his own) He said no quickly. So... either I'm just trying to hard thinking of what else to do... or is there more that I can do? Anyone have any ideas? Oh, and our local community center is still closed. Or does anyone have any thought process on how to ask what he wants to do with his days? Apparently I am not asking the correct way.