"Support and dementia care"

About: The Lawson Practice

(as a relative),

My mum has slowly been degenerating into dementia, her mobility is also now non existent.

The Lawson Practice, Dr Rauf, the support staff, are so kind and caring. Ive been given respite care, home care, home visits, nothing is too much trouble.

Even though I'm not a patient, the Dr offers me support, both emotional and practical.

I couldn't imagine looking after my mum without this amazing practice.


Response from Deborah Colvin, GP, The Lawson Practice, The Lawson Practice 6 months ago
Deborah Colvin
GP, The Lawson Practice,
The Lawson Practice
Submitted on 06/02/2020 at 16:35
Published on Care Opinion at 16:35

How difficult that must be for you, your mum's dementia. It is a really painful and hard thing to have to face.

We are really pleased that the practice has been able to give you some support. We also hope that we will be able to continue to do this. If you ever feel things are breaking down, please don't hesitate to let us know. Times ahead might be quite hard for you so you must tell us when you need more help.

Thank you for letting us know that things are working at the moment. It is greatly appreciated.

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