Accountability an issue

My husband went into respite care February of this year. Shortly after I had knee replacement surgery.

While in hospital, I received a call from the emergency room that my husband had been admitted. His tests came back all good, except for very high blood pressure. Continue reading


Problems witnessed in aged care

My wife developed early onset alzheimer’s in 2004. By 2009, her cognitive impairment had reached a stage where she suffered with apathy, paranoia and hallucinations.

She spent 3 months in care facilities in 2010, 5 months in 2011 and permanently from 2012 until her death in 2017. Continue reading