I have a younger brother who has been on SSI disability for many years, and has never been able to leave his parents' home. He does not have major physical problems, and takes drugs for HBP, diabetes and gout. He may also have psychological issues, but instead of conventional health care he wants a specific type of traditional care that has never been covered by insurance, and which we can not afford otherwise, choosing to make him visit conventional providers instead. Now, more recently, our mother passed away, and our father has suffered multiple strokes in the past few years and is limited in many ways, such as eyesight and hearing. We at best only know of a few people other than my brother able to stay with him on a consistent basis, and fear that getting someone else involved will cost too much. He and dad can not consistently get along; and both are significantly forgetful, which just continues to complicate things among us. My brother can be better *if he lets himself,* but whether he will is questionable. I and my two other brothers are all they have left, and I'm afraid to trust anyone else. Should I just let the disabled brother alone, and hope he finds his own help soon, or kick him out of our house and force him to find it from more-available sources?