What the parents need to know... There has to now be a back up plan for their current care and future issues that will occur. Notice I say will occur... This can only be done through social service and/or independent care agencies. Which will cost a lot more. The family now need additional individua...
Grief is a very strange thing. We all experience it in many different ways. I believe we un-subconsciously we choose when to grieve. I think we just keep going until our brain starts to kick in. Should I be grieving etc. The fact you are now thinking and asking the question. Does that mean you are r...
Certainly not!!

Social services will have to help provide the care.

A care plan will be put in place prior to any returning home or to a respite centre.
try ...

https://www.cqc.org.uk/

Care Quality Commission
https://www.gov.uk/carers-allowance/eligibility Eligibility The person you care for The person you care for must already get one of these benefits: Personal Independence Payment - daily living component Disability Living Allowance - the middle or highest care rate Attendance Allowance Constant Atten...
I am guessing there are gaps within your employment details N.I contributions. I would send your full C.V. stating where you have worked and when. What your employment status was for each employment. Try and find any P60's verification paper work you have. Get it all compiled together. We are respon...