My dad is finally coming to live with my husband and myself. He was supposed to come last year when he was first diagnosed with dementia but one of my sisters (long story) has kept him at her house. I would like advice on how to prepare my home for him to make it a easy transition. I am going to need to get his records, medi cards, and other personal ids that she will probably not give to me or my other sisters. I think this is going to be traumatic for him becauses of the situation and would like to ease this if at all possible. He is very lucid most of the time. Any advice? Thank you
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