My father (68) is in an assisted living facility due to the fact he has Parkinson's Disease and cannot live alone. But he has not been taking his medications regularly and been acting erratically. The EMTs have been called 4 times and he has been to the hospital 3 times, mostly due to him collapsing because he has not eaten nor taken his medication. I had been putting boundaries in place because I had been running over to him every day, and it was exhausting for me and affecting my job. So I was only going to see him 2-3x per week and calling him. He admitted one day that one of the times he was sent to the hospital, he faked it for attention. I was angry, but then let it go. However, now he is doing it more and more, refusing to take his medication and deliberately doing things that are unsafe for him, because he gets upset I refuse to let him live by himself out of the assisted living facility. He accuses me of causing all of his issues and tells me he is a grown man who can do what he wants. I finally had enough and walked away, alerting the facility to what he was doing and that he was a danger. He collapsed again and was sent to the hospital, but I did not go right away, since I was still hurt. He apologized over and over, and eventually the hospital asked me to come. I got him home, but have not spoken to him since. I am trying to ensure he does not end up in a facility where he has more restrictions on him, but I don't know how to get through to him. He won't acknowledge that he needs help and he needs to stay on a routine. What can I do?