I am a single daughter who lives with parents with dementia. My brothers and SILs will help me sell my parents' home and move from S.Tx to San Antonio to be near them. I have POA and am up to date on their financial information, Medicare and VA info, etc. I also have Medical POA. My father wants to move and Mom changes her mind almost as often as her mood changes (which is becoming more frequent). I've done well with them but both are becoming increasingly difficult for me to handle and the stress is affecting my own mental illness. I've established good relationships in SA (including medical treatment) and do not relish leaving behind the relationships I have down here but know that things are becoming unsustainable. My parents' world became much smaller with the pandemic and being near the grandkids would be a blessing for them. I just worry about the stress of moving for all of us, especially because sometimes I feel almost paralyzed. I fear that all of this might trigger additional (mini)strokes in both my parents. It would be such a drastic change in environment, established relationships with their PCP and other docs, familiarity with their church, etc. Still, when Mom is "on board" our shared goal is to move into a new home up there and to sell this one down here (a process that's already stressful even under the best of circumstances). Moving my folks into AL and while similtaneously finding a place for me to live is not financially feasible. Risk triggering a stroke in one of them? Risk triggering a breakdown in me? Not sure how to avoid or mitigate either one at this point.