Dad is 91, in great health except for some short-term memory issues. Still drives but refuses to wear glasses that the eye doctor prescribed for distance (and says he definitely should be wearing for driving). He is a homebody and would prefer to stay home, read and watch TV all day. Mom is 85, cannot drive and has difficulty communicating due to aphasia from mini-strokes 20+ years ago, very overweight, has a very bad left knee. She feels trapped at home, and has dad drive her to local stores, doctor appointments, bridge with friends. Siblings and I have taken them to look at local senior living places; my mom would really love to go, but my dad absolutely, positively refuses to consider it. Dad is also a hoarder... cellar and garage are packed with junk, dining room table ready to collapse under piles of junk mail, newspapers and magazines. Both of them have had falls within the past year (dad on basement stairs, mom going to mailbox), fortunately no broken bones. Siblings and I are worried that a serious accident will happen--on the road or in the house. Any advice would be SO appreciated!