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@nae sporranI saw C's son briefly. We were supposed to have coffee at the hospital, but cafe was closed. We got to the station and he found an earlier train.
Still, I did tell him the process as explained by OPG. I told him it was either the status quo or maybe change to joint attorneys and he accepts C does not have capacity at the moment to agree to any change. So, I am still sole attorney and we understand each other better.
Both son and daughter were in hospital today, in a sort of relay, so they know what she is like. She got out of bed for the first time since Thursday, but was in pain going back in again. So, it will be a while before she is well enough to come home unless the doctor makes the same mistake as last time.
Nobody ever officially confirmed that. It did seem likely, so thanks for that.
Not much to add, other than general agreement and the thought that if her son had not brought this up would YOU have wanted to or C if she was capable, if the answer is ‘no’ it’s only because he suggested it then you shouldn’t even be thinking about it, it’s not the ‘help’ you, or C needs. Best of luck.Nobody ever officially confirmed that. It did seem likely, so thanks for that.
Thank you, Banjomansmate, I'll talk to dementia connect for advice, but I think comfort and support is about all I can do at the moment.There are times when we can only do so much, to the best of our abilities and you have been/ are doing that. Circumstances are spiralling out of your control so the only thing you can do is wait and see what happens next but be there to support and comfort C. whenever you can.