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Thank youI am afraid I am not good with words or practical advice but just wanted to send you some hugs and really hope you can have some calm days. I hope you are able to get another beach/sea walk in to bring some peace
Thank youHi @DesperateofDevon, sorry you have more issues to deal with. I would say pneumonia aka 'chest infection' is not and uncommon cause of death, however it is normally subject to treatment that has failed such as antibiotics - so it should be known prior to the passing. I do agree though, move on. I'm pleased you are meeting with the MP, there needs to be some proper action on social care generally but I can't see it, nothing has changed in the last ten year despite empty promises. There does seem to be many issues of negligence in your Dads case, and any deficiency in meds dispensing is potentially serious for others too.
That is true.. Sending best wishes and (((hugs))).Thank you
Have passed this on to the safeguarding & office public Guardian safeguarding
Now it’s time to remember the person & character that was Dad- so that makes me smile - some tears but I can’t think of Dad without smiling.
He was so much more than a PWD
Let it out. You obviously need to go through this emotionally and it’s healthy to do so xxLast night at 9:34 pm I woke up & bam!! I’ve hit a brick wall of emotion!
I’m in bits ... I guess this is delayed reaction.
Damn ..... I was doing so well.... I thought!
so folks I’m taking a break over Christmas & hunkering down!
love & light to you all on the forum xxxxx
Thank youI lost my dad 18 months ago and I still sit quietly and cry sometimes. And I really think that's the way it should be. Take care of yourself now. Your Dad would not have wanted you to get too down. He would have wanted you to remember and share the happy times you had together. I am not a religious person but I do believe that our loved ones live on after death. They are always alive in our memories. Best wishes Susan
oh bless you! sorry you had this as well!