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I am going to take a black marker pen down and write on it ... its pretty basic stuff really. I just found the same brand mattress online, describing the pressure relief comfort of the soft top cover and sectional foam insert, with the "thick polyurethane hard wearing base for longevity of use" ... ...
She has had it for 2 years now and never had an issue until the last few of weeks. It is serviced annually by the loan equipment company but they last came before Christmas so doubt they put it on wrong. MIL has a weekly cleaner (not at the moment due to Virus) who changes the bed but she herself is...
I don't usually knock carers or district nurses ... I wouldn't want their jobs and on the whole they are very good at what they do, but just sometimes I really :roll: :evil: :dry: at the stupid mistakes that are made ... MIL has a local authority provided hospital bed with pressure relieving mattres...
No she hasn't got sides on her bed as she has not been assessed as a risk. She is considered to have mental capacity and I think she would still past the tests for that, but she is just so determined that if she wants to do something she will try. I rang the care agency when I got home, said I wante...
Just back from Mum in Law's ... lifeline rang just after 10pm, asking if we could go down as she was "stuck". Got there to find her bedtime carer had left the porch light on, and MIL in her independent way had tried to get out of bed to switch it off. Luckily she only managed to swing her legs out a...
Thanks both, I sympathise with the carers as they must have nightmare trying to remember every home they visit and I wouldn't want their job. Mum doesn't really help the situation as she considers what would make life easier for them, so if she gets a new girl, who as she puts it "doesn't know what ...
Hi all, Have not posted here much lately as things have settled down, Mum in Law is in a routine and most things working well. However, one niggling concern is her home carers not observing use by dates and possibly feeding her out of date food. MIL is chair bound, cannot walk at all so has 4 care v...
As I said, awaiting a call back this afternoon, but if nothing heard I will contact them again. Thank you
Thank you, I had already ready through the guidance on their page, but if you click on the "home visit" tab at the top of the link you shared, it says you can get free home visit if you are over 60 and have a physical disability. So when they turn up for her test, and find she cannot walk or stand u...
Hi all, Wondering if anyone could advise on this please? Mum in law is housebound and had a free eye test at home a couple years ago. The guy she used then was freelance and has moved away, so she has a test booked with Specsavers Home service next week. She is telling me she needs to show them her ...