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Help save my father who has dementia and diabetes

Organized by: Serenity Hamm

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 My dad's wife died unexpectedly in February  his best freind came in his house and stold all their valuables  jewelry  everything  worth money. I had to take another 3 months off he lives 2 hours away and I went up to his house to help him when I realized  how bad his dementia  was and the house in horrible  disrepair. He hasn't  paid the taxes in 3 years had no homeowners  insurance,  his roof was leaking , no heat , black mold everywhere I could go on forever.  He fell and broke his hip 2 weeks  later then I had him transferred where I live for rehab. A few weeks later he has 2 heart attacks.  He has type 1 diabetes  from gething the tail of his pancreas  removed. He has lost over 100 lbs in 2 years . I need to sell his house to get care for him but so many things have to be done first. I have exausted all my leave from work and my retirement  I had to take out to get my roof and siding replaced before this happened and so I have no way to get these things done and him moved back to vancouver.  He needs full time care so I'm working  60 hours a week to try to stay afloat. My dad is going to die if I don't get him the care he needs and I'm asking if anyone  can help it would be so appreciated  Its just me and my kids and I have nothing left to get this done I'm out of money, sick leave and I'm his only family left and I can't leave my dad back up there nor afford to get the taxes paid before he looses his house it's not worth  much but it's all he has to live off he is 70 years old a veteran who lost everything  I am all he has and I will  do anything  I can for him I love him so much please help if you can 


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