My father who has dementia was living in a assisted living facility with about 70 other residents. I found that they were allowing my father to do alot of sleeping. no matter what time of day that I came to visit him he would be asleep in bed in his pj's. He was having his food trays brought up to his room while sleeping which many were left untouched. This facility offered bus rides twice a week, entertainment from different local groups, and a more detailed menu..... I moved him from this facility 5 weeks ago to a smaller care place with 16 total residents.. He is more alert here, he is up and about when I come to visit and seems more like his own self.. But he now is telling me he does not like it here.. this new place is a dementia / alzheimers care place and the residents have all different stages of this awful disease... my father says he is living with "people who are nuts" and he does not want to see these behaviors. he misses the good food, the entertainment and the bus rides.. he is insisting I take him back to the original place,.. he states its his money and if he wants to live there even though the cost is alot more he can spend his money on what he wants.. i have lied to him and told him I put on a waiting list back to the former facility.. I dont know how long I can keep saying that.... I like that my father is more alert, and I know that spending his days sleeping is not good for his health. But I dont want to hear him unhappy either...what do i do?