- Jan 5, 2011
Oh I am sorry about your mother, that must have been horrendous. I wish you well with your father.
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Some doctors don't have a bedside manner in any sense of the word, same as some vetsSo we had a visit from the community doctor today. TBH she was very stressy, talking about strokes, cancer etc. No bedside manner at all. She insisted we go to A&E to check my dad did not have a physical reason for his loss of health. Meh we went there at 3 pm and got home at 7:30 . On the plus side, the doctors were impressive, kind and attentive. I chatted to a few other people there so it was not all bad. It made me feel good for working for the NHS.
He wants to stay at home. TBH it would be a blessed relief if he went to care home, but yeah we would have to sell the house. I would probably get a new job to be able to afford the rent. It would be hassle but not the end of the world.if he goes into a home or requires care the value of the house will be included as assets but if theres a disabled person living there the house value isn't included