My daddy and my aunt lived together for 30 years. They moved together into a memory care unit when my daddy hit FAST stage 6b. My aunt had no memory problems. I called my daddy every evening. My aunt answered the phone for him, and did lots of things like nagging him to drink, eat the food on his plate, get up and walk, talk to me on the phone. My aunt just died of Covid. I've been in contact with the assisted living place to help get Daddy on the phone. But it seems he is sleeping most of the time. When I did get to talk to him, he sounded vague; like he didn't know who he was. I'm use to him believing I'm still at boarding school, and he is in a hotel (he was a yacht racing captain) This is new. The memory unit said it would be too difficult for me to arrange to talk to him every day. I can't go in because he has "asymptomatic Covid 19", blood oxygen 93. I worry he isn't going to eat or drink without being nagged and I understand why the staff can't do that. Any advice?