My mother-in-law, Marjorie, has been in a care home for several months due, initially, to physical health problems. However, Marjorie has been having some memory problems and following an assessment, has been diagnosed with vascular dementia. My husband spoke to staff from the memory assessment team this week who advised that Marjorie should be able to remain in the unit that she is currently on as she is of no risk to anyone as she cannot mobilise on her own. We also added that staff at the home have been taking Marjorie onto the dementia unit to 'visit' and when we have seen her she looked totally out of place and she, herself, was very concerned about the other residents there. Today we have received a telephone message from social services asking us to contact them as it is about Marjorie moving to another unit. How do we stand in saying that we would like Marjorie to remain in the current unit, especially as the memory assessment team have advised that there is no need to move her?