Had a tough weekend and looking for advice. Had a call from my Aunts carer Saturday evening to say she had had a fall, nothing to be too concerned about they were just informing me. No injuries thankfully I called to see her Sunday no bruises conversations were as normal repeating things but nothing to be concerned about. Monday morning had phone call from carer they had found her on the kitchen floor unconscious. Paramedics came checked her over nothing broken and not needing to go to hospital however she is very badly bruised. Carer gave her breakfast left her comfortable but when I got there she was clearly in a confused state and kept repeating that she had been on a really big train but no one would speak to her or help her. I got her GP out who was brilliant and told me we needed to get her into a community intervention bed possible water infection but clearly at risk of more falls as unable to get out of the chair without losing her balance. She managed to eat her lunch ok but I was not able to get her to drink. As the day went on and we were waiting for news of a bed the confusion appeared to clear. She cannot remember falling but she knows that someone managed to get her back into the living room but does not know why she was in the kitchen. Is this a common thing?? She had a similar problem 3 months ago where I found her in a very sleepy and confused state but she had not had a fall then, this led to 3 weeks stay in the same place her macmillan nurse said she may have had a TIA. Has anyone else been in a similar situation, is this a further decline in her health? They have done blood and water samples at the home today and started a course of antibiotics, phsio going to check her today also. I welcome any advice.