I’m surprised he was even able to get into the hospital. There were no beds because of Covid and he had to wait in the waiting room. They were so busy they were forgetting to give my husband and brother in law instructions. My father broke 3 ribs and the nurse says he may need help going to the restroom (he lives in our guesthouse). So we pulled out the sofa bed and insisted he stay with us so we can monitor him. Well his balance is so bad (I'm guessing from the pain) he falls in my living room, thankfully didn’t get hurt because he falls onto a sofa. My father is insisting he can go back home and make himself dinner (yes he was always very stubborn and independent, even more so with dementia). I’m guessing he will need full time caregiving until he is healed? If so I need to figure this out. I don’t believe Medicare pays for short term in-home caregiving do they?
Just because elders insist they can do something - doesn't mean they actually can.
So here you are and here he is, in your home, and you are doing the caregiving.
You are in no position to continue this, with your health issues. What is your father's financial situation? Can he afford a facility? It's going to get worse, not better.
Do you have POA? HCPOA?