My dad lives on the assisted living part of a facility and occasionally wanders from his room during daytime. He has dementia and macular degeneration in both eyes. So sight is definitely an issue. I'm at my wit's end on what else to suggest to staff to cut down on this.
He lives right next door to an elderly bachelor who has opinions on everything, Dad does wander into his room, probably because it is so close in proximity to his room. And he thinks it's his room because he can make out the lift chair since they both have one.
I acknowledge that every person is entitled to live in his/her own space without issues. But I'm getting frustrated that I'm the one getting yelled at by this gentleman. I visit my dad 6 of 7 days weekly but can't be there 24/7 (that is one of the reasons he is in a facility).
What suggestions do you have that I could even pass to staff? They seem rather at a loss on how to handle this.