So we then with the help of the local Social Services got her into a local County Council owned home which is quite near to where I live and she did, or she was, by then she was going to day care at this home. First of all for three days a week and then it was gradually increased until she was going for seven days a week.
Occasionally, this was attached, a separate entrance, but attached to the home with a connecting door, and occasionally I would leave her. I couldn't pick her up in the evening or late afternoon for some reason, so they would look after her in the home itself, the home properly, give her, her tea. So she did gradually get introduced to the home and then she went in for respite care there instead of the hospital. And she was on four weeks at home, two weeks respite care. Again I was very grateful for this and the home was a home in the fullest sense of the word. No visiting hours, you could go in any time, stay as long as you liked, have your meals with her if you wanted to. Take her out for a walk if you wanted to or stay away completely. And it was very, very suitable.