It is only the high quality of care in the hospice that has improved her quality of life and health.Removal from the hospice will certainly cause a reversal in her condition.
1. Can we use the grounds of it being detrimental to her health that she be moved especially since she is devastated by the news, won't talk about it and wants to die in the hospice. She has even said to me she hopes to die early rather than go to a care home instead.
2. If the review removes funding can she remain at the hospice whilst we appeal?
I know "end of life" is considered to be 6 weeks and Mum may have longer but surely a continuing care bed means just that?
Help would be much appreciated.