Thank goodness for Talking Point! I wonder has anyone had this experience: mum is 89, AD and in a care home. She was admitted to hosp with a suspected ulcer after a chest infection she got in the Home did not clear. Very poorly, she had no strength to get out of bed in the hosp, after a week she was discharged back to the Home and staff now need one person supporting her on either side in order to walk at all. Before the chest infection, she was walking fine. Her arms are also very weak, she cannot support herself using a walker. Should I push to get her assessed by a physiotherapist?