My mother has diabetes, heart disease, as well as kidney disease. Her health has been declining for the past couple of years. She ended up staying in a hospital for over a month, and they suggested we take her to a care home so she'll have better care. It's been almost 6 months since she's been at her care home and she likes it, but now the head nurse has told her she might go home?! My mom is in need of oxygen 24/7, she has trouble with showering and cleaning herself up after going to the bathroom. The problem is is she does it herself because the staff is so understaffed, or they don't come fast enough or are careless. I have seen this myself. They don't even change her bedding until we complain. This is the closest care home facility to where we live, and she knows that if she does go home, it's a paradox, because in the end she might have to stay at the care home again after so long. Her health isn't that bad anymore, but she denied dialysis, so I assumed the carehome would have no problem taking care of her. She is wheel chair ridden, but she doesn't need help with feed herself. Other daily life things such as going to the bathroom, showering herself, she has major trouble. My husband and I think this is a ridiculous excuse for her to go home, as we all know a care home is where she is most cared for, and more safe. I took care of her this whole time, and the head doctors told us she would be better at a care home, so why the heck are they kicking her out?!