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Originally Posted by Juddy
Just to say that my Mum is still in hospital, her shingles have more or less cleared up but her hip had to be redone because of an infection. She has deteriorated considerably during her time in hospital and had 3 falls that we know of and now seems to be doubly incontinent. We will be making a formal complaint.
The nurses are doing a good job under the circumstances and I am sure many of them, not all, are working extremely hard. It is a very busy ward with lots of people with
I recently found out that my Mum who lives on her own in sheltered accomodation could be entitled to exemption from Council Tax because she is receipt of Attendance Allowance. None of the agencies told me this. I applied and wow and behold she is exempted and has a refund due to her. It hasn't been backdated but every little helps. How many others don't know this I wonder????