My parents are 81 and 86 and live alone in a single family home. My brother and I live in different states and visit every month. They both have issues walking but are too proud to use walkers. They don't do much during the day besides TV and doctors appointments. I call them daily, and only mom talks because dad is hard of hearing. They are not safe, they are semi-hoarders. Their house is cluttered but you can still see some of the floor. They refuse to throw anything away. They have bags in their garage filled with garbage bags and pill bottles from prescriptions in the thousands that they refuse to throw away. We want them to move to a CCCR facility. They qualify (barely) for Independent Living and will be able to move to assisted living in the same facility when the time comes. They keep delaying the inevitable. They can't bring themselves to move into this nice residence with a fresh start. We have told them they do not need to sell their home to move. We will take what they need to live and leave the rest until they are ready to sell. We have told them both this is a safety issue. Now, my dad says he will let my mom move into the residence and he will stay home with his stuff and get the house ready for sale. They have done nothing to the home in over 20 years and have known the move was coming and have not thrown out or packed one item. I offered to come up for as long as needed to help them, and they refuse help. I am out of patience and out of compassion...how do I convince them they are both in need of help?