If you can, show up early this afternoon so you can assess your dad before the social worker comes.
He needs to be assessed for equipment needs, walking frame and he may need a hospital bed. If his bed and bathroom toilet is upstairs, and he is in danger of falling or tripping, he's probably going to need the bed downstairs with a commode. The OT needs to assess the living arrangements and get eve...
Make sure they know that you cannot be with your dad to care for him 24/7 and that he will need assistance (bathing, toileting, dressing, giving meals) and he should have reablement community PT for stroke and fracture that he ought to have had before, and tell them he already had one unsafe dischar...
If you havent already done so I would keep good records as to who said what and when. Initially I hadn't read your post under unsafe discharge, and I still havent read it all.

You must stand firm and insist he gets the proper care.
My experience is that hospitals seek to discharge patients with UTI s as soon as they are off IV antibiotics and on antibiotic tablets.
The Saints have a chance then!
So who are the Saints playing tonight Chris?
The fact that he fell immediately after the first discharge and then was readmitted to a stroke recovery ward also smells of an unsafe discharge. I'd press for a reablement package (at no charge and typically lasts upto 6 weeks but could be extended).
Thanks Chris! How was your dad when he was discharged after the stroke? Was he given reablement care then? Does he have a care package from his discharge after the stroke? I'm concerned that because he got shortchanged, carewise, after the stroke that the discharge nurses will say he's no worse than...
I sense a premature or bad discharge being proposed. If he is weak and confused he needs a care package in place before discharge. They need assess his living situation and consider a period of reablement. Please look at posts here about unsafe discharges and reablement. Chris from the Gulag often r...