Hi folks. My mother has been in a nursing home since September after intially going in there for respite. She is currently receiving one to one care which has been authorised for 12 months in order that a suitable nursing home can be found. The SS say that she needs to be in a are home with EMI. Current nursing home is brilliant and whilst one to one is in place they are happy to keep her. The SS every few weeks will contact us to say they have possibly found somewhere but these have been turned down by us sure to locality or not great CQC reports. Current nursing home have said wherever my mother is placed she will need one to one care. This is due to her wandering into other residents rooms and disturbing them. The nursing home she is in now say it is a safeguarding issue for her and other residents. My point is why can't she stay where she is if one to one is needed but SS say one to one won't be needed in a new EMI setting. My mother's behavior won't change in the short term and I don't want her moving if they reinstate one to one care when they find a new home which is pointless. I'm not sure that the SW gives the homes the full picture of what my mother daily behavior is. I have seen the report from the SS that has been sent to the home but some of it is outdated. They are taking about if she moves they'd complete an NHS checklist.....surely this should be completed already. They did talk of a best interest meeting where all of us could be involved but this hasn't happened. This was mentioned months ago. Anyone had any experience in the past? I've heard of CHC via NHS who can confirm one to one care but not sure if this is applicable. Thoughts and advice welcome. Thank you.