Hello all. My dad is 82 years old, in failing health and completely broke. He worked his whole life as a dentist, had his own practice in Manhattan, but was a horrible businessman, did not charge many patients and eventually ran his practice to the ground. Regardless of that, he was an excellent father to me, he helped me through my worst times, and celebrated with me at my best. Watching his health fail and seeing him decline in the past few years has been heartbreaking for me, it is a constant source of worry for me and I often cry myself to sleep at night thinking of where he is at at this time of his life. He lives in an assisted living facility near me, he is on Medicaid, and has literally no money at all. The facility is depressing for him and I wish I could help him. Unfortunately, I am a teacher and struggling as a single mother to raise my daughter and somehow take care of myself, which usually comes as a last priority. I am disappointed in the lack of care he gets at the facility, they do not care about the people, my dad is getting more and more depressed. I feel responsible for helping him improve his quality of life, since they are not doing anything there. But I do not have time or energy because my life is exhausting as it is. I am angry at the place he is in, I want them to bring people in to do programs with the people like yoga, games, cards, music, I want them to give him things to do rather than sit there and stare at the walls. I have reached out and made suggestions to the staff, but they say that the owners will not pay for services for the people. The staff is constantly changing, people are fired all the time, which also makes my dad feel insecure and sad. I want to help him but I don't know how and I am constantly beating myself up. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated. He is a very bright man and we'll spoken, loves crossword puzzles, music, movies, ect..