MOH is currently in hospital awaiting his discharge home, with the necessary equipment needed for his care to be provided. He is very frail now, very confused, in poor health in general. He is no longer able to even sit out in a chair, as it exhausts him. The staff and I are in agreement over this. He is also refusing food, and takes very little fluid. Last evening at around 7.45 I received a phone call from the hospital to say that he was going to be sent back to A & E for assessment, as he has raised levels of calcium in his blood. We and our doctors are aware that this occurs from time to time, he was diagnosed about six years ago with Paget's Disease, he has seen a consultant who has prescribed medication for this condition. He's 83 years old, and as I have described very frail, needless to say I didn't sleep last night, when I rang to see how he was, they told me that he had been admitted to A & E at about 6 am today. I told them that I thought it was very unfair of the doctor to send an elderly man in his condition in the early hours of the morning into A & E on probably the worst night to be in A & E, (Saturday) with a condition we are already aware of. I have to ring back in around half an hour to see what the doctors have decided, but I told them that if he was going to be admitted back to the main hospital again, this being the 8th hospital move in two and a half months, I would rather he be discharged back home now. I have his carer in place, ok the hospital bed isn't here yet, but as he is more or less bed bound, I'm sure we can manage with our own bed for a few days. I am so upset that he's being moved around like this, poor man, all this is making his confusion worse, and he's losing the will to live I think. He did say to me that he didn't want to live like this.