Dad (92yrs old) lives alone in Michigan, in the country, far from everything. He's recently been diagnosed with Dementia. I left my home in Florida to be with him for the summer. My brother and I both live in Florida and want dad to stay with me/him for the winter, and then return to Michigan in the spring. Dads in pretty good health, just the memory thing. Doctors say he can't live alone anymore which is why I took a LOA from work and came to Michigan. I try not to talk about going to Florida too much as he just gets sad, but I do want him to understand that staying in Michigan for the winter just isn't an option. If I really had to, I could stay with him, but I can't handle the winters, he's out in the middle of nowhere, no family around but me, I'd def would have to quit my job and it's COLD. Dads activities have really slowed down, summer time it's all about waiting for the grass to grow so he can cut it, winter will be the same, wait for it to snow so he can plow it. The rest of the day, he just sits outside watching birds or napping. I know it his home but we really want dad to come to Florida with us, and I promised to return with him in the spring. I feel that come fall, it's going to be difficult. I've been preparing his home to be closed up for the winter (while I'm here), he thinks I'm just cleaning and organizing things. Brother is planning on renting a camper to travel with dad in comfort as opposed to just the car. I am currently his main caregiver/poa. And even the thougtht of leaving dad in his home and have someone stop in really isn't an option. Dad needs to be with us/family. ..any suggestions will help.