Mum who has middle to late stages of vascular dementia fell out of her rise and recline chair at home. Mums mobility was poor but once she was standing she could walk with assistance. This happened about six weeks ago and has been hospitalised since. None of the family saw what happened we can only presume either she got hold of controller or my dad who also has Alzheimers got hold of controller as the chair was verticle as we arived.. After a long battle with not having equipment and good care providers we were finally getting somewhere just prior to her fall which was the frustrating thing about all this. Anyway as my partner tried to lift my mum she vomited so felt we had no choice but to call 999. The paramedics checked her over and she was fine but a little concerned as she had a low heart rate and wanted to keep her in over night. Her heart rate then got back to normal but still wouldnt release her even though she was medically fit. Please note we already had all the equipment, house adjusted,and full care package in place with private sit's in place when we were working. I kept saying we can put a lock on chair, we can put cameras in but as the paramedics raised concerns they kept her in. Its been six weeks now since she has been hospitalised and she has had no physio in this time as she is not understanding instructions as unfamiliar surroundings and they dont have enough staff to keep persevering. I asked if could bring chair in but as material would be risk of infection. They are just hoisting her to toilet and also not even bathing her properly just bed baths. She also hasn't had her hair washed since there even though I've requested several times. I know they are doing there best but even when our family offer to help we get told that mum needs to get use to them. I'm sorry for ranting but just soooo frustrated by it all now as now we are told have to wait for continuous health care meeting as may need 24hr care now as she has declined so much since hospitalised. Not sure if this will be in a care home now which is really upsetting the family after we have battled so hard to keep both my parents home and whilst all this is happening dad is constantly on the phone asking how mum is even when I've just brought him home from visiting her.. Please can anybody who has been through similar circumstances give advice on continuous health care if this is something that can be offered at home and also if there is a limit of time they can keep my mum hospitalised?