I have received an email from Social Worker after visiting nursing home, seeing inventory and speaking to mum. I will put that in a separate post later, after further update, as investigation ongoing. Social Worker will next persue mental health ward next, so although I said I would contact police right now by today, to tomorrow afternoon, I am going to leave it with Social Worker to chase and see what happens after she has seen their inventory. In meantime, nursing home contacted the mental health ward over missing items and that ward will look for her missing items. But how well will the mental health ward look?
My feelings right now is I have been in tears. I feel a little low, after beating myself up wishing I took those items mum wanted me to take home to look after. But also, I would have took more than what mum wanted me to take. None of these items would have been missing. But it’s now late on that to beat myself up, I tell myself.
Plus I didn’t have the energy for me, let alone anyone else to challenge why certain items were in her bag and, not in a safe and why she was allowed to carry a photo frame with glass in, when I thought they would have either removed the glass, or just keep this picture frame that contained her certificate safely locked up. And I had my own mental issues too, being in a place I thought I would never be.
There were certain things I wanted to challenge that mental health ward, or do. But I didn’t and now I am trying not to beat myself up.
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