Im new on this but thought you guys could give me an insight from actually living the situation. My daughter is a 25 year old paramedic and had a serious RTA in Feb last year. She is still in rehab centre but hoping for discharge in the next few weeks when care package sorted as weve agreed she doesnt want me as full time carer but her mum. She cant walk very well and struggles eating and drinking so still has peg in for medication and fluids and cant speak but communicates with spell chart, her mobile with texts and on facebook with her friends The massive issue is fatigue. My question is how can I best support her when she is home in respect of social time. The care agency we hope to join offers daily workshops which I thought might be good to meet new friends but my husband is against this as he says Niki has her own friends already and we are pushing her into joining the "disabled" group. I think he has still not accepted that she is now disabled as we are all still trying to come to terms with the nightmare of what has happened. Niki participates in all therapies and workshops at the rehab centre but I dont want her to feel Im patronising her by suggesting that she tries whatever is available. I just worry at the moment she will become isolated with just a personal assistant for company when we are at work. Id appreciate advice as just want to do the best I can to help her.