The gentleman I care for was married to a walker for quite a while. On November 11, 2016 I moved in with Sr W. He has tried many things from hydro therapy, physical therapist, and even taking Sr. W. to listen to some bluegrass music, did not help. It seem that his normal routine schedule was more important to him. From the time he wakes up to the time how he fell asleep matter. On October 19, 2017 Sr. W, other Caregiver, and I were in a really bad car accident. After several stays at the hospital then three nursing homes Sr W. and I were able to work together and had no problem getting him to his last two appointments. That is when Sr W, his son, and I take an realize that it was time for Sr W. to come home. Tell this day Sr W. family, everyone neighbors in his home town, and a variety of friends all across the country encourages Sr W. to walk. Since the car accident I believe he has given up on trying to walk again. I know for a fact that he definitely has the straight to try to remember how to walk because every time we attempt to transfer him from one spot to another by helping him just to stand then turn and set down. He's gotten us into literally all day long accordance feelings. A good idea on his strength. When I'm holding him in a set position at the edge of the bed. I ask him to lean forward and hug me with both hand around my neck. Then when I grab ahold of his lefting belt. I ask him to go ahead and count to three and push up with his legs and turn. Then when we get to that point to slowly lower him down. It seems the more I repeat those steps the longer it's taking to enjoy a beautiful wonderful day out in the country. Please help I'm begening to think that maybe it's time for me to go and let someone else step in?