You don't know me from Adam but I am sorry too (never want to see
anyone who knows when <things> will happen).
Maybe not applicable to your situation, but I had wife at home she was
quickly getting less and less mobile, she was at the having to be helped
(more or less carried towards the end)from bed the whole four feet to
the commode then I had to wipe her ar**, not at all dignified .
She was taken (sent by doc) into hospital as it was effecting my
health as well (no spring chicken and wife was 23 stone )and as they
have the equipment .
Unfortunately she passed without ever coming home again .
Part of me thinks maybe I should have taken her home but then the
other half thinks 'you would never have coped' nor, realistically, would
On Thu, 9 Jan 2020 23:20:43 +0000, "dennis@home"
Stepdaughter (39) started off in her own home with a supplied
air-mattress bed and us getting her an electric reclining chair etc
but after a few days asked if she could go to the hospice.
We were lucky to be able to get her into the Isabel Hospice at WGC and
we couldn't have asked more of it (the facilities) and them (the
Our daughter and stepdaughters daughter were able to stay with her
24/7 for the final couple of weeks and that helped tremendously. 
All the best mate ...
T i m
 The flip side to that was they were able to stay (in the same
room) because they didn't have sufficient medical staff to 'man' all
the beds. I believe they also had a couple of family accommodation
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