When you are the conservator of a person, you will have the right to decide where the conservatee under your care will live but you must allow the conservatee the right to give his/her opinion on the living arrangements.
The living arrangement for the conservatee must be safe, comfortable and must be accommodating to any needs and disabilities that the conservatee may have. It's best to let the conservatee be as independent as possible.
When it's necessary to move the conservatee, you must notify the courts of every address change and must never move the conservatee out of state.
When it comes to special facilities you cannot move the conservatee under your care into a mental health treatment facility. If the courts agree, you can consider a special residential care facility that has security measures to keep them safe if they suffer from a mental challenge such as dementia. The facility must be appropriate to meet the needs of the conservatee's special needs and isn't more restrictive than necessary.