Can I ask how old is your Mum. https://www.bipolaruk.org/ You may get some advice from the above. You Mum's husband now has responsibility. Yo have enough to contend with. It would seem you Mum needs some one to visit the home. Give her reassurance and possible encourages with support getting her ou...
Hi Is it ok to have a rant about parking? The council put a disabled parking bay outside our house for our grandson (although it can be used by other Blue Badge holders), ten years ago. Ever since, our next door neighbours have been a thorn in my side! Despite having two private parking places of t...
In what way is it "utter rubbish"? I made the call and had the conversation as described. I just thought I'd share the information so that people were aware of what the DWP call handlers are saying. If "utter rubbish" is the immediate response, I think I should have kept quiet. I know mean what you...
I have been virtually unable to leave the house for months now. I am having italk sessions by phone once a fortnight as advised by my go. I take st johns wort twice a day which has turned the constant terror into more manageable fear, esp bad in the mornings. I just want life to be fun again. Is it...
Hi from a long-time lurker. I decided to register following on from a telephone conversation with the Carers Allowance Unit today. I had received CA for some years, but decided to see if I could do a bit more paid work and had CA suspended last May. Things didn't work out, so I quit the job and wen...
Hi from a long-time lurker. I decided to register following on from a telephone conversation with the Carers Allowance Unit today. I had received CA for some years, but decided to see if I could do a bit more paid work and had CA suspended last May. Things didn't work out, so I quit the job and wen...
I am just wondering what most people tend to use their Carer's allowance for. My husband and I care for our 29 year daughter with a Brain Injury. My husband charges her for 'taxi fares' when he drives her to her various activities like weekly Art therapy and Headway Day Centre. He says his carer's ...
Hi, my wife who has MS wheelchairs bound, stuck upstairs most the time had a OT as assessment for a downstairs bathroom with a ramp to the back garden great I thought would make life easier and we can get family and friends around again wife will be able to go to the toilet downstairs, I won't have...
https://healthunlocked.com/

http://www.healthtalk.org/peoples-exper ... h-problems

Sorry you are dealing with so many issues. Have a look at the above web sites.

Does you husband have a Social worker.
My husband was a kind gentle man. We have been married for 51 years. We adopted two children who are now 33. My son is autistic with severe learning difficulties. In 2008 my husband had his first stroke followed by another in 2012 and a third earlier this year. In February he was diagnosed with vas...