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I need to know if further action is required to insure that he will be able to live in his home with proper health person to take care of him.

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I assume you mean you are named in the Durable Power of Attorney.

Read all the documents and see if they provide the authority you feel is necessary to keep your friend at home, given whatever his condition is.

You don't mention what kind of insurance he has. It's a good idea to acquaint yourself with his financial situation to determine if there are enough funds for him to stay at home and get care, which could depend on what his medical condition is, whether he can go out for care, etc.

It's hard to advise whether you do or don't have the authority because your friend could have well prepared documentation done by a qualified elder law attorney or he could have online forms that are just boilerplate.
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