.The manager of the home said it would be the wrong thing to do to put her in for respite at this moment. Mum lives alone and is sometimes a danger to herself.
It make me think no wonder she thought you whereShe refused to mix with anyone and also refused to eat anything, she spent most of the time crying in the managers office
You where giving her too much information in one day scaring her . who told you to do it like that in the 1st place? (as in you mum speanding the day there mixing with people and eating ).plotting to put her away,
Thank you all for your replies.Margarita said:I could not look after my mother if I did not have respite , one year ago on my mother first respite my mother look around first at her respite was very negative worried that I was leavening her there no matter how much reassurance would convince her that I was not leavening her there , but on the day I still took her there she was very worried and keep phoning me , but settle down after a day .
Now a year on mum say she going on holiday to anyone when I need a rest and she go in to respite
I hope you don't mind me saying but suptowngirl
I don’t think you pick the right care home as that manger should not of said to you
He should have had more understanding for you in leavening your mother in respite, maybe they did not want the hassle of trying to cram your mother down when you left her there, because it does pass the upset and they should understand that.
If I was you I would phone SW book another respite? Don’t show her the respite home she going to
Why did she have to Mix with people when viewing it or eat with them
It make me think no wonder she thought you where
You where giving her too much information in one day scaring her . who told you to do it like that in the 1st place? (as in you mum speanding the day there mixing with people and eating ).
If you don't mind me asking