my mother has recently been diagnoised with dementia and the housing association where she lives is sending me threatening letters that they are going to end my mothers tenancy as she is a risk to others and the security of the building and distressing other tenants. yes my mum is forgetful and gets muddled at times but she does not cook for herself or cause any trouble, she is fully mobile takes care of herself and is well suported by family. but this housing association is demanding she has 24 hour care immediately which she doesnt need. i am a nurse and have tried to point this out to them but this pompous ceo ex army is sending me threatening letters i need help or someone to educate him on dementia and stop the distress he is causing me and mum. my mum has been through so much in the last 18mths she lost her husband of 53 yrs to cancer who i cared for till he passed away as well as mum , her home in spain, and her social network...... it makes me so cross that this housing association appears to have little if no understanding of dementia and that mum is still an individual who can live independently with support and deserves to me respected and feel valued as such despite her condition........... anyone got any advice id appreciate it as even though i have negotiated the mine field of social care and i have a lot of experience of dementia i find that ordinary peoples lack of understanding and knowledge of dementia very frustrating and feel mum is being marginalized and treated unfairly by this housing association.