Ending their isolation
My loved one has been in memory care ever since the lockdown started. This was very unforeseen and I wish I could take him out and bring him home. The reason of his being there, was that he resisted hygiene. He is now very cooperative and has been prescribed the correct medication. His memory care has not have had any cases, and residents are not isolated in their rooms. However, I feel he is very bored and unhappy. He is in good physical shape, is only 68 and likes to walk.
SHOULD I TRY TO CONVINCE HIS SISTER, WHO HAS POA, TO LET ME TAKE HIM OUT?