Hi, my wonderful strong independent Aunt was diagnosed with MCI last year. She was living in England, with no family or friends to support her as we are all in Scotland, however we were delighted when she finally decided to make the move in December as she owns property here, and her plan was always to retire here. As her POA I made all the arrangements for her and we’re now in the process of giving up her rented house in England. She was happy to be in Scotland to begin with but shes now turned around and said she never wanted to move here and wants to go back to England. She can’t accept there’s an issue, not eating, not taking meds, terrible short term memory, she actually told me yesterday that she doesn’t know me well and how can she trust me. She’s known me for 50 years! That was a real blow, i know she’s not the same aunt she was but it still smarts. We’re trying everything we can to help her remain Independent and at home. She’s got carers in now to take some pressure off the family and she has an expedited consultant appointment next week following her memory clinic assessment. Her memory assessment last year showed early signs of Alzheimer’s but at the time they wouldn’t diagnose it, yet. I’m in a bit of a quandary, do we continue to dispose of her rented accommodation, or should we wait until her consultant appointment, just in case it’s not AD and something simple that can treated.