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Snibbbo Member Posts: 9 Listener
I am retired and I am a full time carer for my wife Gill who is a below-the-knee amputee and has expressive dysphasia after 4 strokes. Which is why I am writing this for her. We have been using the excellent "adapted" rooms at Premier Inn which are perfect for our needs. The rooms with the "wheel-in-showers" (not the disabled rooms with bathtubs)

I am now looking for Coastal or National Park holiday accommodation in England or Wales that has a wet room and three bedrooms. I currently pay £2800 for two weeks in a quality/activity care home to give me my annual RESPITE break. My enquiry is primarily for 2018 but perhaps for this year's Autumn school break also.

Any ideas or suggestions?

About me = enhanced DBS check and volunteer for Healthwatch, Bipolar UK and Different Strokes. Leisure and charity cyclist.



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