Dad and his wife were never separated by more than a foot since they married about 35 years ago. Even though she had dementia or first stages of Alz for years, she was his eyes and ears, and they were a good match in caring for each other. Now poor Dad is 95, lost most of his sight, and his hearing. He lives an hour and half away. He has her family clan who do a great job of looking after Dad and his wife, plus aides and good doctor care.
What is a good approach in visiting him? Just listen, hang out, go out to eat, and take him to see his wife in the NH. Wish there was some cool idea to cheer him up or just let him air his grief and fear. What else can I do?