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My mums carers had to call in to a number they had when they arrived then call again just before leaving. Clocking in then clocking out Mind you, it still didn't stop one carer spending the first half hour helping out, then the other half sitting at the kitchen table filling in her daily report at a...
Jennifer, I find it hard to believe this situation between you and your dad has continued for so long. Ultimately this is an issue between you and your dad, and it has to be made clear which one of you is in control, you or your dad. Have you been totally up front with your dad from the beginning, e...
Hi there If your mum has been given something to ease the constant pain she complains of, that would explain her slightly confused state and being very nice. Normally prescribed on the ward to ease any pain to help the patient relax prior to any procedure. Taken off immediately after, and if she is ...
Vinyl wallpaper will often create a big mess when you try and remove it from the walls, using conventional methods. It may come away in small strips, and with vinyl not being porous it may become soft, when using a steamer, making it harder to strip off. Two stages, as someone has already mentioned....
Many thanks for your kind support regarding how I felt when mum passed away. Regarding caring for my adopted son at home. For the first two years, his care coordinator, was, with hindsight, totally overwhelmed with the complexities of the case, who allowed the Adult Services Team and Rehabilitation ...
Hello everyone. At last, after 8 years of caring, I have taken time out for myself, to the great relief of my friends, who where constantly telling me I needed some sort of diversion from my caring role. Wether or not they might agree with my decision to spend my new found ‘me time’ discussing carin...
You are not pathetic Deborah, you are a wonderful lady, who has been doing a grand job looking after her mum for the past 18 years at her home, and has suddenly, suffered an event, which fortunately for her and the ones she loves, was not that life changing event we all dread, but understandably, it...
Hey, this is not a good situation, as you are not being given the choice to sort out your needs. Your mum is not helping by refusing outside help, which she obviously needs. Her needs are too much for any one person. Your dad, is out socialising with his workmates a month at a time at the age of 70,...
Well, it's February 2018, so have you registered yourself with the GP. Hope so.

How's mum doing?
Agree with Melly, the GP is your closest ally, in all matters concerning your health and welfare, so it is in your interest to keep them up to date. Many a time has my consultant or clinician forgotten to send my GP letters concerning my health, so I now always make a point of asking for the letter ...