In assisted living facility he has made passes at young female staff, gone into female resident's room after shower wearing nothing but a robe?

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Unfortunately, this is very common. Dementia limits the social inhibitions of the affected people. That's whey very nice people who have dementia can be blunt or even rude. It's also why people, particularly men, often act out sexually. They are doing what comes "naturally" and they don't understand that their behavior is inappropriate. Most staff members understand this issue and learn to handle it. I hope you've talked with the staff about keeping an eye on him so he stays out of the other resident's rooms. While this male relative is behaving inappropriately, he really can't understand what he's doing wrong. Staff members have coped with this before. Talk with them about ways to curtail the worst of the behavior. It he's entirely out of control, talk with his doctor. There may be medication that can calm his sexual urges. Good luck,
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Well you have got to hand it to those old roosters, lol!
We've been through 8 IL, AL & NH between my mom and my late MIL and about 1/2 of those had rooster issues. As Carol said, this is common and the staff usually deals with it pretty well. Dementia plays a part in this but for some of the men, being a male in IL or AL is like a kid in a candy store.

If it's the case, that your female family member is the focus of his attention, you need to file a concern in writing with management detailing what happened. If it's the case, that he is your family member, then schedule a care plan meeting at the AL to discuss. You want to be proactive on this as his continued behavior could trigger a "30 Day Notice" from the AL. The solution could be a simple as moving him to a room closer to the nurses station so his wandering behavior can be redirected or having him on a daily physical therapy program to tire him out.
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