My Mum has dementia and has been in a care home for two years. At a recent relatives meeting the manager said that they wanted to start a Facebook page and would be sending a letter to relatives re permission for posting our relatives' photos on the page. They intended to send out a letter that you could return if you did not want your parent's picture used but that if people didn't return the letters the home would assume that permission was granted. I stated at this meeting, and was backed up by other relatives, that they can't assume that no response means permission is given. I said that both options should be included in the letter ie to opt in or opt out. They accepted what was said. This morning I received a letter about the page saying that if I didn't want Mum's pictures used I should return the opt out letter but that if I didn't respond they'd assume permission was given. Is this the right way to approach this? Surely they can't assume no response means yes!! I'd be grateful for some advice please.