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In a situation like this, if his wife is not acting in his best interests, your recourse here is to file for a legal guardianship over father in the local probate courts and be appointed his legal guardian by a judge. You could then revoke the POA for her and the medical POA as well and be in full control of his care and finances.
You would want to reach out to a local family law or elder law attorney for help with getting the guardianship action filed as soon as possible before she lets him deteriorate any further..