Father age 89, I am his daughter and live-in caretaker. He has Alzheimer's and Dementia and is confined to a wheelchair. How to take him to a public restroom? If he just has to urinate, I carry a plastic urinal in a sealed baggie that he can quickly use. But if he has to sit down (sorry for being graphic), then how does a female caretaker do this? Do we ask a stranger to accompany my father....which I tried and my father raised a proper hissy. And I don't want a strange to injure himself by trying to lift my father up from his wheelchair onto a toilet. I can't go in with him unless I ask a stranger to guard the door...no guarantees there since I've had others just charge into the bathroom and yell at me for being in there. I can't take him into the female bathroom for the same reasons. I've tried getting my father to wear a pull-up adult diaper but that didn't go very well, lots of screaming, fighting, and accusations. He's an extremely strong-willed stubborn person and wants/INSISTS on going everywhere we go, anytime we go. Tried making sure he did bathroom visits before leaving house, but that doesn't always work. Anybody? Advice? Thank you.