My dad (96 yr old) is insisting on traveling to his birthplace (Erie PA) and a nearby cultural function by himself. He normally needs to use a motorized wheelchair, and can no longer walk. He uses his walker as a 'scooter" to get around his assisted living apt. We did a "last hurrah" trip last year to the same place, and I went with him to help out with basic needs and take part in festivities. The event location is not handicap friendly and has a VERY DIFFICULT bathroom access, and he's on diuretics for congestive heart failure. His choices are to take his meds, requiring at least 10 difficult trips to the bathroom daily, wear Depends (which he refuses to do), or skipping his meds. Last year he skipped his meds and he landed in the hospital the week we got back, with cellulitis due to the excessive leg swelling (because he didn't take his meds). Now he wants to go again in about 6 weeks from now, and I've told him that I would not go this year with him, hoping that would dissuade him from going. He insists on going by himself, by plane, which requires a change in flights that is hard enough to do if you're healthy. He also has no accessible place to live--his old home (now owned by a friend of his) is not set up for him in his current state. The motel he wants to stay at is not accessible either, has steps that he won't be able to navigate and narrow spaces in the room that he won't be able to get around either. My worry is that he'll insist on going by himself, and then falling into a health issue that would require a lengthy hospital stay in Erie, and we live in MN. All his money is in a joint account that I can manage, but up to this point I've allowed him the dignity of managing his own money. He is generally of sound mind, but he is 96 and isn’t quite as sharp as he used to be, and his body is betraying him. I am an only child and have both his legal POA and his health care directive. I would consider taking guardianship but I consider this a last resort. Can I legally stop him from traveling, and do I have any other options?