The back ground to this is that care is divided into 2 categories, nursing/healthcare and social care.
The Nursing/Healthcare is free to the person being cared for and paid for by the government, which is the current position
Social care is basically day to day care, the sort that is provided by carers in care homes.
Now it gets complicated because someone may need medical/nursing care but not all the time so a person may, for example, receive 20% nursing care and 80% social care.
What is happening here is that the NHS are saying that because your mother's condition has stabilized she requires less medical care and she can be cared for in a nursing home.I f this happens social services will have to pay the social care element of the cost. Social services will not fund a nursing home, which is more expensive than a care home hence the proposed move.
To fight the proposed switch I would try to enlist the help of your mother,s, GP and any other professionals involved in her care as well as representations from the family.
Both the NHS and social services have formal complaints procedures that you can use if you are not satisfied with the outcome.
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