Hi. My mum is in a dementia care home and has been called for diabetic eye screening. The home have told me to arrange the screening at a hospital near me and to take her. It got me wondering about whether it would be in mums best interests. She would more than likely find the appointment quite an ordeal....even getting ready and actually making it to the department in time, let alone the procedure. Also, should the results indicate treatment is necessary, how would she manage. Can I decide that she shouldn't attend the screening? Would I be doing the best for her if I decline to take her? Would love to hear other people's experience/opinions. Thanks.