Found online: If we want to change politics, we need to bring compassion back to Westminster "If politicians were to put compassion at the centre of their decision-making, just imagine how different politics in Britain would be. All the salient issues we now face, from the crisis in the NHS and univ...
I'm doing some researching into 1p Mobile. Anybody on 1p Mobile + what's it like?
I've been recommended GiffGaff, as they seem to have a good deal on unlimited calls + texts. Anybody with GiffGaff? What are they like? How easy is it to change mobile phone provider/unlock mobile phone to them? In looking on their website there seems lots of information, but how simple is it to sor...
I know a lot of people will say they couldn’t bring themselves to watch this programme but as a carer for my mum who has Parkinson’s dementia I did. I’m not embarrassed to say I cried for most of the programme not just because it was really upsetting to watch but almost like a release valve inside ...
What have they got to hide??? Not sure how you mean bowlingbun, besides their dodgy rules/systems/proceedures. Even with me having POA, they manipulate non-stop. All I know is the Care Agency chose to deem me as a problem the other year. As there were issues with the Carers which got back to the Ag...
I've looked up Power of Attorney for Health & Welfare, with regards to when it's active. Found this: 'Health and welfare attorneys As a health and welfare attorney, you make ( or help the donor make ) decisions' Which the local authority together with the care agency prevent me doing at all costs . ...
It sounds as though things have a bit out of hand all round and relationships have broken down. If you have specific complaints about individual members of staff and you have complained via the management of the care company without anything being resolved you could always try reporting the issues ...
What exactly are the issues that the LA's carers are bullying you over? Are they refusing to work with you as a double up? Is it the hours they are keeping or not keeping which is upsetting you? Are they doing an inadequate job or accusing you of not caring correctly between their visits? What has ...
If she DOES have dementia, even if it is not severe enough right now for her to lose legal capacity, at some point it WILL be severe enough - and she won't be allowed to make decisions for herself. Have you got PoA for Health and Welfare lined up so YOU can legally make those decisions? That would ...
I have similar problems with my son with LD. Especially social workers who have only known my son a couple of months trying to tell me what he does or does not like! I'm the one he would always choose to support him, sadly I can't full time due to health issues, but I know that I'm the one person h...