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    Try Advanced Search for Keyword(s): anaesthetic...

    Try Advanced Search for Keyword(s): anaesthetic or anaesthesia, [Search Titles Only], and you'll find a good few previous discussions that are worth reviewing.
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    See also previous threads such as: can't say...

    See also previous threads such as:

    can't say no to cold callers
    http://forum.alzheimers.org.uk/showthread.php?69145

    Some posters (including me) like the trueCall Care device; not cheap, but...
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    With your mother in the state you describe, I...

    With your mother in the state you describe, I personally would question whether extending life with tube feeding can really be considered to be beneficial to the patient.

    Here's one previous...
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    Well, it may be. You might encounter problems, or...

    Well, it may be. You might encounter problems, or you might not; it's not all doom and gloom.

    Generally, we've had good experiences with multiple banks and no very serious problems; sometimes a...
  5. Thread: Loan

    by nmintueo
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    There may not be a perfectly explicit,...

    There may not be a perfectly explicit, categorical 'No' to that, but I'd be very wary about it.



    Fiduciary duty
    7.60 A fiduciary duty means attorneys must not take advantage of their...
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    Interesting one. When banks are oddly...

    Interesting one.

    When banks are oddly obstructive, customers do sometimes make headway if they're persistent -- e.g. this previous post.
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    Yes, and Lloyds seem to be on the right side in...

    Yes, and Lloyds seem to be on the right side in having made a fairly clear statement about that issue, too:

    Power of attorney...
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    Yes, thanks -- it turned up the very next day...

    Yes, thanks -- it turned up the very next day (i.e. yesterday). Happy result.

    Sent in the bond forms together with the EPA certified copy, on 20 Jan.

    Bond purchases confirmed OK in letters...
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    Opposite experience here -- got letter confirming...

    Opposite experience here -- got letter confirming the bond purchase, but as for the certified copy of the EPA, no sign of that being returned yet.

    Thanks for reminding me!
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    also available from CQC at: Using hidden...

    also available from CQC at:

    Using hidden cameras to monitor care
    Published: 12 February 2015
    We've published information for people who are thinking about using hidden cameras or any type of...
  11. To Collect Debts, Nursing Homes Are Seizing Control Over Patients

    From the New York Times:

    To Collect Debts, Nursing Homes Are Seizing Control Over Patients
    By NINA BERNSTEINJAN. 25, 2015...
  12. You can't rely on anyone. Institutions might get...

    You can't rely on anyone. Institutions might get it right sometimes, but you can't rely on it. When people, or statutory bodies, are sitting in judgement upon themselves, they'll naturally see things...
  13. That's a nice bank. Which one was it? ...

    That's a nice bank. Which one was it?

    Remember, the original question arose because the bank in that case (which bank?) wasn't so helpful:



    In that case, I would say try another approach...
  14. I haven't gotten what the fraud is that's going...

    I haven't gotten what the fraud is that's going on; but suppose for the sake of discussion that the perpetrators (who are also the attorneys) are siphoning off money somehow for their own benefit.
    ...
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    Second that.

    Second that.
  16. What exactly is the situation? Are the fraudsters...

    What exactly is the situation? Are the fraudsters and the attorneys the same people, or different people?

    If the same persons, report misconduct on the part of the attorneys. Challenging...
  17. Thread: using an EPA

    by nmintueo
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    As marionq and others said, you can basically...

    As marionq and others said, you can basically organise it however you want.

    There is the possibility that some banks might get funny about letting your mother operate an account if they somehow...
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    Interesting. The person in that case wasn't (it...

    Interesting. The person in that case wasn't (it seems from the article) jailed simply for removing her father from the care home, but for doing so in defiance of a court order ("jailed for contempt...
  19. As Lindy50 posted, a simplified remote control...

    As Lindy50 posted, a simplified remote control for the TV helped for a while.

    See also previous posts, such as:

    Ideas for a simple to use TV...
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    Don't panic. The operative phrase is 'could be'....

    Don't panic. The operative phrase is 'could be'. The solicitor was (or should have been) just warning you of the possibility. He might well have overstated the point.

    Diagnosis does not equate to...
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    The attorney has the right to that information,...

    The attorney has the right to that information, just as the donor him or herself would. Over the phone is a different matter, because how does the DWP know who the caller is?

    Contact them in...
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    Have a look at some previous threads, such as: ...

    Have a look at some previous threads, such as:

    How does general anaesthetic affect dementia?
    http://forum.alzheimers.org.uk/showthread.php?57381

    I agree that if the treatment is going to be...
  23. Thread: Dvla

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    I really don't know, but I imagine that over a...

    I really don't know, but I imagine that over a year is longer than the average ...

    DVLA - is this normal?
    http://forum.alzheimers.org.uk/showthread.php?75424

    Can't remember how long it was for...
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    I second that. Has the GP reported the...

    I second that.

    Has the GP reported the diagnosis directly to the DVLA? If not, ask him or her to do that; it is something the doctor ought to do if the patient fails to.

    And remember, the key...
  25. I see you've already done some searching and...

    I see you've already done some searching and found some previous discussion(s). That might be from 2011, though I think the real design challenges -- and, in many cases, the real lack of basic good...
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