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Thanks for the suggestions, grateful as ever to TP
Sadly my mum has progressed onto the middle stages of dementia and is now in a local care home.
Can any one recommend a book which will...
I took my Mum out from her care home to the local supermarket today for a coffee today. She doesn't have a Blue badge but does get breathless. So...
Many thanks to everyone who post questions and replies. About a month ago there were alot posts about moving a relative into a CH and how to...
Thank you, that is what I call lateral thinking and may be a cheaper option!
Thank you all for your suggestions, I have ordered a variety and will try them out with my mum on my next visit. (Long distance carer!)
Where to find help
There are 2 threads about driving and I hope this information will help
In the UK visit www.mobility-centres.org.uk...
My mum is about 5 foot 2inches and has a waist of about 46 inches and we have a problem with finding tights to fit. Can anyone recommend...
Thanks, I'll take a look
These systems exist already eg Canary, Just Checking. They give feedback on a person's 'normal routine' and then when a 'norm' has been set...
Has any one had experience of using motion sensors (eg Canary system) which sends feedback via internet when a person goes in/out of a...
Thank you very much for sharing your experiences
Has anyone had experience of organising a care agency for their parent? We all live away and want to organise a weekly 'call in' to check...
Yes ! I was planning to ask her, but I wanted to hear other people's experiences of what worked/didn't work for them.
Thanks for asking about...
The flat is owned. Will need to investigate care options near me or my siblings, probably worth investigating sooner rather than later.
Thank you for some good advice and for the review period, we will need to start the gradual introduction of support
Just joined up but I have been reading some of the forums and the kind, supportive folk who are part of them. I would welcome some...