His daughter rarely sees him and his son never visits. Both will call him occasionally. He lives alone as he has been divorced for many years. Neither of them will invite him over for the holidays. My issue is once when he was in the hospital - before I began working for him - he signed over his house to his children and his daughter is his POA. His money is running out and I have drastically cut my hours from 6 per day to 4 per day and now it's just 2 hours per day. I'm there to make sure he eats and takes his meds. I hate to leave him alone, so I'll stay, when time permits, for 3 to 4 hours and not charge him. He's been recently diagnosed with the beginnings of dementia. My concern is that he's worried about his finances and would like to get his house back in his name but his daughter won't hear of it. What he wants is a reverse mortgage but it doesn't look like they're going to budge. His daughter told him that getting a reverse mtg is a bad idea. I have started the process for him to get help with IHSS (In-Home Supportive Services), but that might take a while before it kicks in. I have been a private CareGiver for a man (79) for almost two years now. My question is: With what his two children are doing, by not helping him, could that be considered elder abuse or elder neglect?