The lady next door is very elderly (96) and although totally clear of mind she is very, very frail and apparently completely incontinent. Her daughter moved in at the beginning of lockdown and has displayed some very strange behaviours. Such as washing all the post in a bucket of disinfectant, screaming at us over the fence that we are causing issues re coronavirus, although we were just in our garden. The police have been to me to ask about the situation because they had received a 'welfare concern' call. My concern is this..... the overpowering smell of ammonia from the urine soaked house in now wafting over our fence. We have never seen the mother outside with the daughter, she appears to have cancelled the meal delivery service and there are no carers calling at the house. I just wondered if there is any kind of social service support in regard to this. If there were children in the house that I considered to be at risk I would call social services, but I am unsure whether such a thing exists for the elderly. Can anyone help? TIA.
Over the hill at 60? Why am I falling apart so soon?
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Gov Emergency Alert Conspiracy Theory.