Hi, looking for advice here, in October last year mum who was living in sheltered accommodation but exhibiting signs of memory problems, badly broke her leg compound fracture and whilst in hospital and still confused managed to get up and put weight on the cast, which resulted in her getting an infection, she had about 8 general anaesthetics over about 6 weeks to try and clear it up and reset the break with pins and plates but eventually had her leg amputated in December. She was delirious and totally out of it, but in January she started to recover and was assessed as needing EMI nursing care. She moved into a home just round the corner from us and she is a lot better physically but mentally not so good, she is very unhappy and wants to go home, her short term memory is awful, she can be aggressive to staff and other residents and she doesn't remember who people are or that they have died, or follow the thread of conversations. But she can be very manipulative, she recently had an appointment at a memory clinic accompanied by a carer and the doctor told her she didn't have any problems and could live in supported accommodation! She is now fixated by this just as we thought she was settling in a bit better. Can they do this even though the SS the staff, carers at the home and everyone else come to think of it know she is in the right place receiving the right level of care. Worried and totally stressed.