Mum was in a care home for 3 weeks then they called an ambulance to take her to A&E because she wasn't eating, drinking or taking her meds. Part of the problem was severe thrush of the mouth. After a week I transferred her to a private hospital for the thrush of the mouth. While in there I paid a private psychiatrist to assess my mum as I was getting nowhere with the NHS getting a psychiatrist to see her, been trying for months. Brain scan clear except some old damage from two old silent strokes. Psychiatrist diagnosed vascular dementia and alzheimers but was unable to do the cognitive tests as my mum just wasn't with it. Pyschiatrist took her off mirtazapine which had done nothing for 4 months and put her on traduzole and memantine. Thrush cleared up but mum still refusing to take all her meds (she's on a lot of different tablets). But eating and drinking a bit better. The care home manager came to do an assessment yesterday and called me this morning to say they cant take her back in the care home because of her diagnosis and the fact she is not eating, drinking and fully taking her meds. She has no beds available on the high needs floor. My mum is due to be discharged from private hospital tomorrow and is now homeless. Can a care home really "evict" someone with no notice and no alternative arrangements? I have no idea what to do, mum still doesn't have a social worker or an NHS psychiatrist.