My dad, 83, lives on his own in very small town. He has Parkinsons and also early dementia. He has a caregiver that comes in the morning to fix breakfast and I had just arranged a afternoon caregiver who would come in to fix an evening meal. He does not eat unless someone brings or fixes for him, even if he only needs to warm up. (Could be because he doesn't always remember how to use microwave.) He also suffers from syncope episodes (fainting for intervals as long as 6 minutes). Therefore he can not drive any more either. Problem is he is telling caregivers not come anymore. That he can take care of himself. I am trying to manage all this from out of state with very little sibling support; one is physically unable to help and the other is immature and resistant to helping. Question? What should I do?