He wants to come home now. My neighbor has no relatives in this area, so was placed under the auspicies of the State of Illinois, who assigned a guardianship for him. Not being a relative, they will not give me access to his medical or financial status. The worker assigned to his case is not communicative and does not return my calls. Talking to my neighbor in the nursing home, he seems lucid and could probably come home with the assistance of a helper. Not knowing his financial status, I don't know if he can pay for this. He is too young for Medicare. I feel he is not getting his wishes or rights fully from this guardian. I have family medical responsibilities, so I cannot assume the guardianship for him. I don't think the social worker in the nursing home has his best interests in mind. I am told his case will go before a judge in a month, or so, to determine a future course of action. There are questions about his paying his mortgage. He tells me he is up to date on payments, but I am also hearing about foreclosure proceedings. I tried to find a pro-bono lawyer for him, without success. He is currently in a bad environment for mental stimulation, which could effect his decisions for both the long and short term. I would like to know who oversees this Guardianship Advocacy Commission. Their reps are supposedly in the field most of the time and do not answer my voice mail requests. I think someone else should be looking into his situation to assure that there is no abuse or resistance to agree to his requests to come home.