Hi my mum has also has had a prob with hiatis hernia for many years, after several bouts of vomiting which over time got worse and more frequent she finally ended up in hospital because she'd been vomiting every 20-30 mins for several hours and had been bringing a combination of blood and what looke...
Thank you folks it's so lovely to have my achievemnet recognised http://www.carersuk.org/images/icon_wink.gif http://www.carersuk.org/images/icon_lol.gif I was so elated I was about throwing an "I installed a printer on pc party" until my daughter said "mmm mine was easy took about 20 mins" sigh!!! ...
Yesterday I installed my wireless printer onto my laptop......it only took me approx 4 hours 10 cups of tea.....and I only bit the table once http://dev.carersuk.org/j3/images/icon_lol.gif http://dev.carersuk.org/j3/images/icon_lol.gif http://dev.carersuk.org/j3/images/icon_lol.gif Oh yes only 2 bre...
So sorry barrowgirl xxx
Interesting,will he spare some of his vast amount of moolah to pay for some other people with alzhiemers to have all that gadgetery....do you think??? that'd be nice of him wouldn't it.
Really annoying isn't that Care Workers are still called carers, even my mother does it everyone from nurses to care workers in her residential and now nursing home they are all "carers" to her, I've given up telling her the difference!!!!! ARRRRGGGHHHH then there's the "homehelp" bit, we'll be char...
Remember this is just talking morally right or wrong. This is not to do with circumstances, or if repayment would cause hardship, nor the conception that an overpayment is a 'gift'. The question is Do you think it morally right to accept something you know you are not entitled to? Given the followi...
<t>With the DWP I think I'd want to be sure that the over payment falls into the criteia that it's their mistake and you don't have to repay it, particularly ifrepaying it was going to cause you and /or your caree hardship.<br/> <br/> With the store I'd be inclined to say at the time not because the...
<t>You can't be forced to sell your home to pay for care unless you go into residential care in which caseyou usually do have to as it isn't considerby the athourities to be your home any longer it converts to a financial asset. You are allowed to keep a certain amount of savings each and I think I'...
<t>What an awful worry for you Daisy. If you don't want to wait until tomorrow, I'm pretty sure that there is always an out of hours Social Worker on duty, if you ring the local council after office hours there should be an answer machine message with an emergency number to phone, if you ring that n...