WE have POA's and executorships in place. Dad has a moderate dementia that increases every week, is disabled in that he cannot walk far unassisted after several falls, and is now a memory-care facility. The cost of this is rather high, as you know, and though he has savings, it likely be depleted paying for his care. He talked about selling his house and moving into a Senior Apartment before his mind started slipping, but he never did do it. We need to sell the house, not only to pay for his care, but to get his assets in the Trust. We, as a family, and having a hard time mustering what we need to do to talk to him about the selling of his old home. Please help us with suggestions on how to talk to him about this. We could sell it, legally, but we don't want him to feel as though we are doing something fishy 'behind his back.' Suggestions??