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Ohh okay I wasn't aware I could do that. Thank you. We have solved the leg raising issue by just laying on the bed normally as recommended by the physio. I guess time will tell as to if it meets the drs requirements.
The OT has been in touch, the same one as before but I will see what happens. I know from experience my MP will not get involved it's been refused before so it's purely a waste of my time and far too much stress to go there again. However I do know the local councillor can be of use, so will go that...
I have sent my email and request for a new OT, I have had the inital response and now its the waiting game. I'm going to contact the local councillor too as I am still waiting on toilet rails and this is getting ridiculous. I can't help but wonder if this will ever pan out as it should.
Sorry I did not mean to come across as wanting sympathy/attention. I'm going to start afresh and appeal through care direct to social services for a new OT and perhaps they can liase with a physio. I'm going to state in my email/letter that I am struggling to communicate wtih the current OT and that...
We have a social services OT and because I am deaf and they will not accept or use next generation text I cannot phone and email does not appear to be working as when I contacted her about toilet rails she had no clue what I was talking about despite giving her all the details again. I was thinking...
We have a social services OT and because I am deaf and they will not accept or use next generation text I cannot phone and email does not appear to be working as when I contacted her about toilet rails she had no clue what I was talking about despite giving her all the details again. I was thinking ...
Ah one thing I do know about, you can fill in the carers assesment form BUT you do not have to see them in person or take a phone call, it can and mine is done by email. Admittidly I'm deaf but it's still all done by email. All you have to do is request contact via email only. I would highly recomme...
I'll be honest I haven't a clue, I kind of hoped there would be a way of changing or seeing a specialist rather like a referal from a gp to a hospital specialist...okay so typing that I now realise exactly how stupid I am because it's obvious that wouldn't happen. :blush: :cry:
Thank you BB, I knew I'd seen something but couldn't remember you're a star
They aren't exactly local 23 miles being the closest so I highly doubt a home visit would occur and how do I get a referral or are these private? I'm starting to really think I do need to rob a bank or something at least in prison I wouldn't have bills to worry about.