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Discussion in 'Middle - later stages of dementia' started by CatKins 1, Aug 12, 2015.
Apologies... for personal reasons am deleting this post.
I know nothing of procedures in Germany but if anyone of mine was in that home I`d want it reported and my relative out as soon as possible.
Can you find out who to report to in Germany? If not, is there any way you can bring your sister back to the UK?
I wonder if the National Dementia helping would have the information.
That's sounds worrying ! If it's a council run home you can complain via a letter or email directly but if it's a private one it will get a bit more complicated . Do you know? I could assist you as I obviously speak German ?! Lots of care homes are run by trusts like caritas and so fourth but could get addresses for you if you know. Feel free to PM me and I can see what I can do or find out for you . Lots of hugs xxxx
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OMG, Catkins! how awful!
I definitely think you need to get your sis out of that place ASAP, but I have no idea how you could go about it. I hope someone on here can give you some good advice.
Thank you Long Suffering... your support is appreciated and you're right, my sister is definitely not in the right place !
I might be being naive here but surely some of the above issues warrant reporting to the police as suspected assault?
Hi Grannie G and everyone who responded. Sorry to delete this thread but the issue has become quite sensitive and probably best not to be 'out there' in public domain. Thanks for all your support and help. My next hurdle, which could be a bridge too far, is to somehow try and get my sister back to the UK. Wish me luck. Thanks again.