We're still on track to head home Thurs. morning, though not without the usual glitches. Twice in 10 days my wheelchair has not charged overnight. And in some circumstances the battery drops like a stone, so I have to keep a careful eye on it. We also haven't received our final estimate for the chair we want, with the 'eye-level technology'. I'm getting the impression that this vendor really doesn't want to sell us a chair.
The ceiling lift is not yet installed at home, but at least the short lift at the garage door is installed, so we know I can get in the house. After some last minute phone calls we're getting a portable 'Hoyer' lift to use in the meantime.
Medication lists seem to be left to the last minute, but there are still some unanswered questions. Hopefully they will all get resolved tomorrow.
The biggest surprise is that we may not get any homecare! The medical team here recommended two hours per day, a common pattern for homecare assistance here, but in fact there are no staff available in our local community so apparently we're not going to get any. A few politicians are going to hear about this!
On the positive side, it will be wonderful to be home, and for Mrs. F.G.'s 4 hour trips to London to be over. It'll be nice to see friends and develop our routine at home with all the exercises I'll have to be doing.
I have hopes that I'll be back on my big computer in a few days, and be able to regale you with pictures of the gardens here. I may not be back for 2-3 days, but wish me a safe transition.