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Goodness me thats tough. Peoples needs change without being something as drastic as dying or going into care or serious illness. There could be allsorts of reasons, including financial ones, peoples ability to join in or get any benefit from going may reduce, they may not be able to get there, allsorts really.Yes it is costly the day centre , I wouldn’t mind if she is enjoying it . That’s what we said we will just do the one day and have carer in a Thursday instead . The centre has sent a new contract that I refuse to sign as it says we can only cancel mums place If she dies , goes in to permanent care or serious illness They then sent another one amending it to say if they have a months notice we won’t have to pay if she is away due to a holiday . what about if there is a problem like we have had we still have to pay . I do understand they are a business and need to fill places but really it’s a bit dictorial for a day centre .