I wish to share this story with readers as a possible ray of hope. My MIL 84 severe D has been in care for a few years. She had her property sold to help pay care home fees following failings of SS. She has now been awarded CHC. I have been working with the GP and the CHC who have agreed to fund a package of care, carers 24/7 for MIL to live in her own new property. This has been working our extremely well these first 2 weeks and clearly MIL benefits from the 1-1 support and a better quality of life. Her wishes and best interests is to live in her own property to include end of life care. I work closely with the care agency and I am so pleased that everything is working so well. carers do all washing, cooking, cleaning as well personal care and providing prescribed meds. The GP visits as required. I hope this may benefit readers is some way.