Hi All My mum went into a very lovely, well run care home about three years ago. She's nearly 89, has lived with dementia for over ten years, has other health problems and is slowly declining. Ma is self funding and I arranged the care home with the support of solicitors and a psychiatrist who was not connected to the memory clinic that Ma was supposed to be under the care of. The care home is not in the borough where Ma lived. I had lodged complaints about the memory clinic and local social services in the run up to the move into the home -- they were shockingly bad. I was delighted when we no longer had to have anything to do with either the memory clinic or the social workers. Part of Ma's physical deterioration has resulted in very fragile skin. She has some pressure sores, which the district nurses have been coming to the home to care for. About two weeks ago, the GP sent her to A&E to check bruising on her foot, which turned out to be a broken bone. Nobody knows how she broke this bone as she's no longer mobile but it's triggered safeguarding issues. I've already spoken to one social worker and now another social worker wants to go through what I said to the first social worker. I have absolutely no concerns whatsoever about the home and don't believe there are any safeguarding issues at all. The home are quite sanguine about the investigation but I'd really just like to shut it down especially if the previous social work team get involved, which this latest social worker seemed to think was a good idea. Does anybody have any advice on how to cooperate with this enquiry but make sure it's completed quickly?