My mum has recently been placed into permanent care for just over two months now. It was heartbreaking and really stressful to find a home for her. She was a self funder for a couple of months only but the local authority have agreed to her funding to stay there which would start next month. I visit and call everyday to check on her. However there have been a couple of issues since being there and a big decline in her confusement to what she was when we took her in. I mentioned this to staff and manager. Recently I noticed Bruises/urine soaked floor in the afternoon/no covers on the bed in the evening. I haven’t ever had a meeting with the manager since discussing her becoming a resident. They didn’t seem interested. Eventually after perseverance I managed to get a meeting but it got cancelled so I thought I would email her some of my concerns. She replied by stating a huge list of negative behaviour from my mum and they think she should move to a more secure dementia unit and we should have a meeting next week to discuss. I was so shocked and appalled to hear this news. Not one care manager or senior staff informed me of any of these issues. I always ask for an update and they’ve never said anything to me. I also have LPA. So myself and social worker are meeting with them next week. This will break my mum if she has to move but maybe it’s for the best if she’s not receiving the correct care. I think my mum’s behaviour is sadly true but I don’t understand how a care home can say they treat dementia care but then can’t. The respite home said the same and I don’t want to put her through it again. Also is it suspicious that her funding is coming to an end too. Is this a factor?