Not posted for awhile but Mum has settled reasonably well into the new nursing home and the staff are much better at coping with with her - her physical condition has improved greatly since leaving hospital most importantly she is feeding herself and eating well. The CHC assessment was unsuccessful and given that the bar is so high I am not surprised. But I am concerned that much of the background information on the report was incorrect - wrong diagnosis, wrong reason for hospitalisation and giving an incorrect mental health history. i have challenged this once by phone and a new report was issued correcting the diagnosis but the other issues remain - the nurse responsible for the report has not spoken to me since I made the phone call and the new report simply arrived by post. Is it worth continuing to chase this? It seems to me that it is important to have the correct reason for hospitalisation on the report in case the situation arises again - particularly since it related to behavioural issues. I am thinking that I now need to do this in writing rather than over the phone. I suspect if I can't get it rectified after a second attempt I may have to look at making a complaint but I'd prefer to get it sorted more amicably.