I went into Fela at approximately 8.40am because he had not gone back to sleep, I encouraged Fela into the shower room, I noticed Fela had been incontinent, when I checked Fela’s bed at 7.20am it was dry, so he must have been incontinent between then and 8.40am, the bed was very wet and still warm.
While Fela was sitting on the toilet I stripped the bed and encouraged Fela to remove his wet pj’s, I prompted Fela into the shower, Fela had a bowel movement, this was quite small, I then made up Fela’s bed while he had his shower.
Emma came on shift, we had handover and then Emma supported Fela with his morning routine.
Once downstairs Fela are breakfast well but took a very long time to take his supplements, he looked absolutely exhausted.
After Fela relaxed sitting in his chair and staff then did chores.
Emma went into Fela at 11.10 and Fela was asleep in his chair, so Emma encouraged Fela to lie on the sofa and made him comfy and closed the curtains.
Fela went to sleep and woke naturally at 12.35, he requested to still lie down.
Fela then went to the toilet and I prepared him some lunch, Fela sat at the table and ate dinner and was vocal throughout.
Fela looks so exhausted.
Arousal States – Start: 2a – Vocal End: 2a – Vocal Did his state change? No to Did he have a bowel movement? Yes Bristol score: Was Fela incontinent?: Yes Did he have vigorous exercise?: No – No sleep