My father is 79 and for the past year and a half has been living in a LTC facility. Prior to that, he lived alone but struggled with medical issues for at least 4 years. He has been diagnosed with dementia (which he does have). The problem is that I believe my father has many other issues (emotional and mental) which were never diagnosed, but now are exacerbated because of the dementia and not feeling comfortable where he’s living. He’s been struggling emotionally for many years (although youth and strength used to be on his side). I’m pretty sure he has spent much of his life trying to self diagnose and self medicate. It was unfortunate however that a hospital stay changed his fate. He is very misunderstood and I’m not sure he’s in the right type of facility. He has been diagnosed with dementia, but I can see that dad has anxiety and depression (both, conditions undiagnosed for some time). He is being treated for the depression but the anxiety is still there and he doesn’t get the 1:1 he needs to feel safe. I’m not sure if LTC is where he should be. But I also don’t know if Memory care would be any better. Dad feels so alone and it’s so sad. I've had numerous conversations with the facility administrator, but I don’t see any change in them, and his emotional state is getting worse. Is there any other type of facility that may give him and his issues more attention? I’m at a loss.