My grandfather has recently been moved from a rehab unit to long term care. He has expressed to my family members that he wants to come home. He is vital and full of life. I'm concerned he is going to feel imprisoned and will mentally deteriorate being surrounded by people who REALLY do need to be in there. She states she cannot care for him and he needs 24/7 care which is not the case at all. I fear she is convincing the doctors that he has dementia. He is fully coherent when we speak and he has expressed he is ready to come home. My mother is moving across country for a job opportunity and I believe this is his wife's attempt to put him in a home since my mother will not be here. He recently had knee surgery which is why he was in rehab initially. It breaks my heart because my mother told him that his wife would do this to him and now its finally coming into fruition. She does have POA over him but she does not have the best track record with being honest and having his best interest in mind. Although a home health aide would be beneficial for bathing I do not believe he needs this 24/7 level of care. I have been a CNA for years and I know the type of environment he is in. He is going to go crazy being around people who can barely feed themselves and have full blown dementia. He is in his early 70's and I would hate to have him spend the rest of his time in prison. Please any information or resources I can utilize to bring him home would be greatly appreciated. I'm doing my part since my mother is in the process of a huge move and already has so much stress from the situation. Again any information would be helpful and greatly appreciated.