I was reading Casper (1995) wikipedia article, I came across the word "Next dimension" in this sentence.

Kat Harvey's father who is a ghost therapist interacting with the living impaired to cross into the next dimension while hoping to find his deceased wife.

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  • BTW, you can be "too impaired to do something", but "impaired to do something" is ungrammatical. – Tᴚoɯɐuo Jun 1 '17 at 14:22

It means the afterlife, or heaven, or whatever you want to call it. "The next dimension" is just a term that doesn't carry the deep religious connotations that using a term like "heaven" would.

Basically it means he wants to help the ghosts move on to wherever they go after they stop remaining on Earth.

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