My Dad is in late stage dementia. Anyone banned from seeing a loved one can relate. We were going to his ALF daily and doing the feeding and companionship as there are 24 other dementia patients and they can't always get to him. During this so far 15 day ban we were told how much he is declining, not eating or drinking, immobile and nonverbal some of which is the progression. Today we got to see him through a screen for 15 min. During that time he heard and saw me and my mom tried to get up and showed signs that both care workers said hasn't happened in a while. Anyone else going through similar? Should we push..we are the feeders and he clearly needs us for his well being. We are not causal visitors....spoke with director if he was on hospice (which may happen soon) then it's essential? Late stage dementia families need help. Screen us the way you do the worker.