Thats good you are going to uni and getting carers in then.sometimes when its not family members in they will do more for carers than family.i know this of my granny she wouldnt listen to me but does what carers say lol.so sometimes its better bringing in the professionals. She might not even get c...
Thats great yous have all the equipment and bed and have been down the route of deticaians.its a sad situation with her being so young.would you not consider personal carers coming in to give u a bit of a break from doing all that care When I go to university this year then yes. But until then I'm ...
Colin_1705 wrote:When you are not there, who else helps?


I'm 19. I'm about to start uni doing a law degree. I don't need a councillor my head deals with it all just fine. My sisters look after her when I'm not available
I did post a link to First Mobility - sorry, it's First Call Mobility - on the other thread - here it is again: https://www.1stcallmobility.co.uk/products/details/brw1000-portable-bariatric-plus-size-wheelchair-scales I don't have any connection with them but they are one company selling this kind ...
At this time i dont think its too important on getting her weighed best thing is getting her bed and support. Does she have personal carers coming into wash her etc..and has she been refreed onto community detician.defo think you need more support services to help you and your mum Yes she has a big...
At this time i dont think its too important on getting her weighed best thing is getting her bed and support. Does she have personal carers coming into wash her etc..and has she been refreed onto community detician.defo think you need more support services to help you and your mum Yes she has a big...
Colin_1705 wrote:Some people will say that "you have to be cruel, to be kind". What about the cost though?
Money isn't really a problem. There's plenty of money in the family. We dont claim any money either. We buy everything needed to care for her. As she grows more we must spend too
It would be irrelevant if she can't get into a wheelchair. It will not help you to PM me, because I did not have your situation. There are actually a lot of doctors and others who think obesity is purely a problem of self-control. It isn't that simple. But you have to be lucky with your doctor. Tha...
Have they the medical people or social workers ever advised you What her diet should have been? I am guessing that they never gave you any training on how to properly care for your mum Yeah I've been advised Ive had social workers round to show me how to look after someone of her size but food is t...
Hello. I am carer for my mom. She is a 38 year old, immobile/bed bound women. She is immobile because of her vast size. She's currently around 700lbs. The doctors and specialists say she's got no reason why shes so big other than that she's greedy. I am guilty for feeding her whatever she requests o...