My father in law went and saw the doctor yesterday, The doctor is going to claim imcompentent, and revoke his driving privelage. I know this going to freak him out. Am I correct by saying this. Also, if he is declared that can he still live on his alone. I am so scared for him. But I feel so helpless. What should be the next step. My sister in laws are handling it all. For their brother died a year ago. I just need to know how to help them. I know that if my husband was alive we would be moving in. But that is not an issue. I just can't see him staying alone. Does anyone have any suggestions?
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