Almost a year ago we told our 26 year old daughter she could move back home with us as she was struggling with the economy and being able to pay her rent. Her boyfriend also lived in the apartment. We were adament that he was not to move in, only her. From day one, he was here first thing in the morning until late at night. Apparently he was sleeping in his car. Then he just stopped leaving and would be here when we woke up. He has no job, no money and no place to live. And he has Asperger Syndrome, which we did not know. He was careful not to visit very often before this. After almost a year, he has lived in our finished basement with our daughter. She has worked, sometimes two jobs at low wages. He has not worked more than a couple of weeks anywhere before he is fired for one reason or another. We are in our 60's and cannot afford to support him indefinitely. We are at our wits end as to what to do. In the meantime, due to being disorganized and seemingly unaware of the amount of dirty clothing on the floor, empty food cartons, glasses of drinks spilled on the carpet, they have basically trashed the room. How do you move someone with AS out without being inhumane? What does he need to move on? We feel like we need to tell them both to leave, but we don't want our daughter on the streets or in the bad part of town because that is all she can afford. Any insight would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for letting be get this out.
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