Mum has been in her Care Home for a year and the care is generally very good, with kind, well trained carers. Mum is in an EMI unit as she is a wanderer. This morning the CH phoned to say that another resident came into Mum's room in the early morning and slapped her across the face. As this is a safeguarding issue I have been told that it has been reported to Social Services and that "measures will be put in place". But as all bedroom doors are left open I cannot see how this can be resolved. And this is not the first time Mum has been hurt. Some months ago she was found on the floor in the corridor with another resident (not witnessed so no one knows exactly what happened) which left her with a cut above her eye. I would be prepared to bet that it was the same resident. Moving Mum is not an option but I can't think how to tackle this. They can hardly tie down this resident, who wanders everywhere - and only lashes out because they have no idea what is going on - and I can't see how they can stop this happening again. Poor Mum, it's so worrying.