Do you ever get the feeling that you can't do right what ever you do. I made the decision (for safety reasons) that Brian should be hoisted at the moment because he is unable to stand for very long (even using rotunda) legs seem to be week and it's not good practice to have people physically hold him up when his legs are buckling under him.
So i suggested that they do the bottom half on the bed or when he is in the air in the bedroom over the camode all but one is ok with it and she thinks he should be done in the bathroom as per usual thats ok but the floor space is so limited that you would have to stand on the hoist legs to be in the bathroom at the same time. My god they complain about the lack of room in there as it is.
i am hoping that it is just a temporary thing and once the medication (baclofen) is out of his system he will be back to how he was. I dont think they realise that i don't want him to hoisted all the time because that means he has had a deterioration in his psp. I want him back useing the rotunda asap.
i really don't want to fall out with people but surely they can see what is the best thing for everyone involved. If i had allowed them to carry on as they was and someone got hurt because they ignored the equipment that is here who would get the blame?
Sorry to babble on but I'm not sure what to do any more it seems the more i try to do the correct thing the more I'm made to feel in the wrong. Janexx