Hi I have been diagnosed with Pulmonary Fibrosis and I also have Alzheimer's with Posterior Cortical Atrophy.
I have been living in apartments for people who have dementia in Northern Ireland. Our apartment is near where the bins are stored and I have neighbours who leave food out for the birds. This brings seagulls who pull bins out and there are contaminated pads with gloves that have someone's blood on them. So you can have all types of waste that blows around and ends up in your garden along with pigeons dirt and now the birds keep coming back on the roofs.
I have tried to find out if this is a risk to my diagnosis but cannot find anything that tells me this may make things worse. I have contacted Environmental health and the housing association that we pay rent to. They don't want to know or even put a sign up to tell people to not feed the birds.
Can you help? Have you any suggestions?