HI - Im new to this site - very relieved to come across it and be able to chat to others. I've recently had a very poor experience of a home my Mother was in - I say was as I found a better one and moved her as quickly as possible. Last week an invoice and a contract my Mother had signed was posted to me. Now my Mother does not have capacity to understand she needs to pay for her care and especially not to understand she is signing a contract that includes 12 clauses. The care home did not mention to me they were going to ask my Mum to sign anything and there is no independent witness that has signed the contract to be able to state if my Mum had any capacity at the time this was done. My Mum has not had capacity for a long time when it comes to more complex issues and decision making. Has anyone had this kind of experience? and if so any advice on how to deal with it? I am speaking with a Solicitor tomorrow, I have reported to the CQC and to the Adult Safeguarding Board. However, no-one seems to deal with individual issues unless it is an immediate safeguarding issue. This type of practice is very concerning. Thank you for reading!