He's in great physical shape, but has been diagnosed with mild Alzheimer's. Our Mom passed away 11 months ago and they were married for 60 years. We understand this has been a tremendous change for my Dad, but now he met a "nice lady" a month or two ago and wants to get married. Yes we want him happy but we're devastated because he hasn't known her that long, and since his reasoning is impaired he is not thinking this through. He said he doesn't just want companionship, he wants intimacy which, as a devout Catholic he feels he needs to be married. We're concerned about many things, how is could affect his LTC coverage, among other things. My siblings and I each have PoA severally, and again we do want him to be happy but his logic and reasoning is often way off base. I haven't met her but I know she's in a wheelchair and has some memory issues as well. Should we contact a Social Worker for the Elderly or should we contact his Eldercare Attorney?