Does anyone have experience with limiting specific visitors at a residential care facility? My mother has a friend who is a very bad influence on her. He lived with her basically free of charge for several years. He has no job (even though he's substantially younger than her) and no income. He's well under retirement age and could work even though he claims he's too disabled to work. She is in a residential care facility and he goes to visit her frequently. We believe he's there for "physical satisfaction" and to also keep his hold on her. After he visits, she is always very agitated and more confused and irrational. My brother has power of attorney but we don't have guardianship. Is there any way to restrict his access to visit her? We've contacted adult protective services and they say we don't have enough concrete evidence to keep him away.