I am POA for my dad in a nursing home. We have a special needs sister that lived with him. A younger sister moved in the stay with her. I am one of 5 children and POA for my 93-old-dad who is in a nursing home as a result of a stroke. I am the oldest of 4 girls and 1 boy. After my dad's stroke my youngest sister moved in to my dad's house to stay with our special needs sister who has lived with my parents her whole life. She cannot live alone. The problem is the younger sister is, I feel, changing things too fast inside and outside of the house and it is upsetting my special needs sister to the point where she is becoming rude and sad. How do I approach the subject to both sisters that we need to take in to account her feelings first? My younger sister has replaced all our parents furniture with her own and has torn out and replaced bushes and items in the yard with bird feeders and flowers. Now she wants to rip up all the carpet in the house and have wooden floors. We have agreed to replace the flooring in the kitchen, dining room and hallway with something else but we cannot afford to pay for the type of floor my younger sister wants in the house. We have all ready had major expenses with the house by replacing the septic system and flooding in the basement. I don't want to cause problems with my family but it is enough stress being POA let alone dealing with this. Any advice?