To be honest, I am not sure what kind of external support my grandmother is getting at the moment as I have not seen her for almost 8 months. At the time of the falling out between my mother and grandfather, my grandma began getting support from 2 community nurses who would help her with personal care. I am not sure if social services are involved. My mother is her only daughter and she has not been able to see her for almost 8 months.
Speaking to my uncles is not really an option as our relationship has completely deteriorated. My mother is not really fussed about her relationship with her brothers, she just wants to be able to meet her mother even if its only once a week or even once a month.
I am not sure but if someone did hold Power of Attorney for my grandmother, it would be one of my uncles.
I have been in touch with the Office of the Public Guardian and they do not have any record of a Power of Attorney for my grandma. How will social services be able to intervene? Should I get my solicitor to write to social services?