Hi, My dad has moderate Alzheimer's and has had a few falls this year. He broke some bones in one fall. I have read that Alzheimer's patients are more prone to falling. He currently lives in a nice facility but my brother is trying to convince to move into his home. The problem is that my brother lives in a very old house with steep stairs, so that my Dad would have to walk up and down that stairs. I am concerned he could trip and fall. It doesn't seem like the safest environment for him, especially considering that he is in a good environment that is safe. I also do not think Dad will get the mental stimulation at my brother's home that he would get in the facility where he's at, because my brother and his wife both work. The facility offers many daily activities and lots of opportunities for Dad to socialize. It seems like Dad would be sitting at home alone a lot at my brother's place-- and what about if he fell down the stairs while they weren't there? Where do I voice my concerns about this possible move? Are there authorities who check out the safety of living arrangements for elders? My brother won't listen and Dad doesn't have the cognitive ability to understand.