He is home. There were no alternatives that fit the timeline of the physical therapy hospital. I am not happy about this. I do not feel he was ready to be discharged to outpatient care, but insurance seldom takes that into consideration. The hospital dropped the ball on setting up all the various bits and pieces related to moving services here. No surprise to many of us. He cannot be left alone due to his current state of confusion which may be permanent. He needs help with daily living activities due to his physical condition. He is still mean as a snake. That was true before all of this. It is too much for one person. Services are slow in coming together. This is not a good situation for either of us. I do not mean to come off as heartless. I would not wish anyone to be in that condition. It was totally avoidable. He would do better in a different setting, because he retains the same noncompliance issues from before this event per our prior interactions. I will attempt to make lemonade out of lemons. Everything happens for a reason. Perhaps all of this is meant to repair our relationship to the warm loving relationship that existed before mental illness took it's ugly toll.