Hi, mum has very recently moved to an EMD home from having spent 1 year in a rest home. She has adapted to the new home very well on the whole, but recently has been having night time incontinence which is new for mum. This has resulted in all sorts of problems, with carers having to come in three times in the night to sort it out. On my suggestion to the manager, we tried mum wearing a pad, but the carer came in to change it in the middle of the night which resulted in some aggression from mum. And mum tells me the carer was not too happy having been in 3 times to change the bed etc. I'm told an incontinence assessment takes 6 weeks. The Rapid Intervention team have been called due to mum lashing out in the middle of the night. She is very anxious about going to bed in case she has an accident. Is it necessary for carers to come in an change her when she is going to be sleeping, confused, frightened and upset? Can they speed up the continence assessment? Mum is still on a trial period at the new home and we were told any aggression would not be tolerated. I am keen to find a solution asap.