1. Welshie

    Welshie Registered User

    Apr 21, 2015
    2
    I am posting here at a loss as to how to proceed.

    My father has been arrested several times fixated that an old neighbour has stole/broken his glasses.

    He is fixated.for last Ten years.

    He has been in court several times. He has a probation worker and currently on a suspended sentence and should he be caught again he will go prison.

    He was there again this week at his old neighbours house shouting. The victim has asked please not to press charges but help my dad!!!! They came round and told him off!!!

    He has thickening of arties. Had two major heart attacks. He is 85.

    He had a mental health dementia assessment but came back fine!!! Apprantly!

    But he is fine certain times of the day

    But the. He has these funny turns which he refuses to see gp or allow me to seek help.

    my daughter in law is mental health nurse and is desperately trying to help and thinks maybe a vascular dementia

    Gp is useless fobs us off

    Do I self re refer to my fathers mental health team

    I don't wanna see him in prison
     
  2. nellbelles

    nellbelles Volunteer Host

    Nov 6, 2008
    8,472
    leicester
    Hi welcome to TP, so sorry that the circumstances are so difficult.

    My first thought is to contact the local Social Services and tell them that your Father is a vulnerable adult and see if they can offer any support.
     
  3. Grey Lad

    Grey Lad Registered User

    Sep 12, 2014
    5,736
    North East Lincs
    I would suggest you put your concerns in writing to your G P and the local mental health team.
     
  4. sistermillicent

    sistermillicent Registered User

    Jan 30, 2009
    2,949
    I agree with Grey Lad, but would maybe add in the probation officer?
     
  5. Welshie

    Welshie Registered User

    Apr 21, 2015
    2
    Thanks I have contacted ss and police lets see what happens
     

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