Dad's getting old. And it's not the age itself that's the problem, it's his memory and reasoning abilities. He's ambulatory, and is able to do what's necessary to feed himself, thanks to Meals on Wheels. We've been trying to move him into a senior complex near us, where my mother-in-law lives, but the management there is so scatterbrained that it may never happen. He doesn't need a nursing home, but I fear that he's a prime candidate for scammers and other not-nice folks. He's not driving now, which puts the onus on me to get him places, and that would also be easier if he were closer. He lives in a mobile home in a senior community, but he's lonely there, and, as I mentioned, probably not completely safe due to his reasoning abilities. He is able to water and trim his plants and whatnot, so he's not completely helpless, but he still needs help. Any suggestions? Of course money is an issue, as it often is with old folks. He has some, but we don't want him to outlive it if we can help it.