Dr. said he meets qualifications of hospice. His wife choose Palliative care. She seems to deny his condition and is constantly nagging about doing your exercises. He had a stroke a yr ago and again in Jan 2018. He was in skilled care for 6 weeks. He hasn’t walked in a year, has a broken leg from Jan they couldn’t fix and his decline this time is severe. 2 days after he for home, almost 2 weeks ago he is so weak. He has ask voice but he recognizes everyone and is happy to see us. The wife is POA and refuses to allow us to talk with his Dr or care team. She said PT came to the home today and his hips are sore and he has a shoulder with a lot of arthritis so through can it cortisone shot in there before he left hospital. She says he won’t get better if he doesn’t try. Well he is all bones, can’t turn over himself, has catheter, permanent one, and he hasn’t gone to a bathroom in months. He eats very little and mostly cuz she demand that he does. I just want him to have peace and to stop hearing how lazy he has always been. He was scared the days he was in hospital but that seems gone, he just more calm and just trying be as ok as he can. He has CHF and stroke history. I believe he has one from the 2 pics sent in last 2 days now left eye drooping and almost shut. Any advice? She hasn’t answered phone in 5 days and didn’t let me and kids see him this weekend /Memorial Day, I admire her care in some ways? She’s there day to day but why can’t we even talk to Dr? My Dad wouldn’t want that.