Hi, thank for all your replies! S is a lot better now. I think I have understood him, that the home was fine and he would be happy going back, next time! I did repeat it several times and didn't get a negitative signal. But I will check before I rebook!
The elbow, while not hurting, has had a knock on effect. Transferring him, is now a major exercise. The broke arm, is the one I use to hold him. He can't use his walker, so the wheelchair has had to be bought in! That means his waking and balance has gone to pot! The ramps I bought, a few weeks ago, to get him in and out of the house, have now been used! Thankfully, the work, altering the front door and hallway, start in a few weeks. Hopefully my back will last that long!
When this disease has a spurt on, it really goes, doesn't it? I know I have seen it before, but it still shocks! I can't remember who was talking about catheters, the other day, but thanks! At least I now know where to go to solve my next challange! For the first time, I KNOW I am losing this war. It's just a case of when now, not if!!!!
On that thought, S's Marie Curie sitter is due very soon. I always take the dog for a long walk, today? It's absolutely throwing it down, I think we are going to get very wet!!! Just what I don't need!!!
Sending everyone a very big hug on this miserable day, here in the south west of England!
Lots of love