I really would appreciate advice. I have a daughter who is in her thirties. She is very bright in many ways but has a genetic disorder - Tuberous Sclerosis - which makes life difficult in many ways. She is in sheltered housing but has to move into a new flat every eighteen months or so which is very unsettling. She is due to move again and the Housing \group she is with is trying to make her move to unsupported living this time. Much as I would wish her to be able to manage without assistance she cannot and never will be able to.
I am here to fight her corner now but am very worried as to what will happen when I die. Does anyone have advice, please, on how to make sure she is properly housed (and permanently) when I pop off?
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