Here we go again! MIL was on fast track CHC and as she has survived longer than they obviously anticipated the care agency we were given (2nd one as the 1st was just so unsuitable in many ways not least because they repeatedly sent out a male carer on every visit and MIL refused angrily to let him change her or wash her, I mean I know they can be short staffed but when you have a lady in her late 70's who had only ever been seen undressed by her husband you can understand her distress and upset, also there was a language barrier apart from very strong and rather aggressive sounding accents the fact they were through a mask made it even harder for MIL to understand instructions, she finds it difficult enough to follow our instructions.) The 2nd agency was a council run one and all female carers and even though some had accents they were softer and more easily understood so they managed to build a relationship with MIL and us and although MIL has the odd day or moment of refusal generally speaking all goes to plan. So today my wife had a call to say that as MIL is moving from Fast Track to full CHC they are changing the care agency and will inform us in due course of the chosen one. In this awful journey of Dementia it just seems another hurdle to cross with MIL having to get used to new carers not just one or two but a whole completely new team. More added stress for my wife to cope with on top of everything else. MIL has gone from being what seemed like the last stages of life to suddenly coming back to middle range for want of a better description as she is still bed bound and needs assistance with everything however she does not now seem at deaths door if you know what I mean.