Hi Silly hour of the day but that's how it affects your health when you're having a battle with social services. I have a 30 yr old son with cerebral palsy and learning disabilities who lives independently. He changed his care agency on Jan 1st this year as the last one weren't able to cover the hours so I was doing upwards of 70hrs, I'm 67. I am now embroiled in a battle with the new company, even after giving them notice to finish on 25 Feb, as they have manipulated my son, as he is easily lead, to keep them. The social worker has assessed his mental capacity and even though he is not convinced my son totally understood he called a 'Best interest' meeting. I have a friend and between us we have looked at all the reasons why they do not meet his very complex needs and written our findings and handed out at a meeting yesterday. When my son got upset they suggested to the social worker to have another meeting without him which is later today, gives them time to look at our reasons and build their own response. Why do I feel so helplesss when I know we have his best interests at heart and have all the relevant information regarding his learning disability and the social worker is also supporting us to employ our own staff to actually get it absolutely right.