Listening to concerns from the patients’ family
Mr Jessop comes to see Dr Williams. He is concerned that his wife Shirley, also a patient at the practice, has become forgetful, confused and anxious.
He tells Dr Williams that he knows Shirley wouldn’t want him to tell her about these problems, but they are starting to have an impact on their daily lives and he doesn’t know what else to do.
Dr Williams has to decide how she can help.