My father is 91.5 years old. He has smoked for 75 years. He smokes outside and still lives at home. He is VA eligible, but the VA will not take him because he smokes. Their care homes and campuses are now smoke and vape free. Most care homes will not take him, or they will charge him a ton to take him outside to smoke 10 times a day. Any suggestions? In-home care is cost prohibitive at this point because he is almost at a point where he needs 24 hour care. Even at $15/hr that's more than he or I can afford. I am also worried that as his dementia and mobility gets worse, that he may decide to start smoking in the house -- which I have caught him doing a few times, already -- and burn it down because he can't see well, which could lead to him placing a hot cigarette someplace where it can catch the house on fire. He almost lit his deck on fire once, already. Looking for creative ways to keep him safe. I do have smart cameras, a smart lock and smart smoke/carbon detectors in the home. Thank you.