My father is in memory care and his basic needs are being taken care of. They help him dress, bathe, get meals, dispense his medication. Between these, they do not initiate activity and he is incapable of initiating activity. He has a short attention span. Reading has become more difficult. He doesn't appear to be interested in music. Doesn't want to play games or do crafts. Can't always figure out how to use the phone. Has the TV on all the time but can't figure out how to change the channels. Unsure of balance, so he sits a lot, sleeps a lot. I visit daily and there is a PCA that comes in for evenings to keep him company during sundown so he doesn't go to bed at 5 pm. We are the only visitors. What can I do to improve his quality of life? We do run through PT exercises with him but he often doesn't want to and we don't push. He is 92 and depressed. It is difficult to take him out of the building by myself, especially in the winter. We live in a northern climate and he doesn't like the cold/short days.