Meanwhile back in the real world. (These days I tend to regard the world of CQC, DLA, Care Commissioners, etc. as a separate Alice Through the Looking Glass world - unfortunately despite it's surreal nature, it has a real impact on our lives)
Our son is quite good at present. The Oxygen saga has reared its head again - error on prescription means the engineer has limited his concentrator to minimal, but we're hoping to sort that out on Monday, meanwhile bottles will have to suffice. His chest seems OK at present, the high winds still precipitate his asthma, but the PEP mask therapy seems to be quite 'productive' in both senses - it seems to be working as a therapy and it appears to be clearing gunk from his peripheral air sacs, particularly the one prone to consolidation. It's also a lot less intrusive than 'beating'.
Fits are about average. He had a urine infection earlier in the week but the antibiotics seem to be clearing it up.
Getting support for the Mobility Allowance issue - daughter being particularly helpful in a very practical way - thank you.
Life this side of the Looking Glass on a relatively even keel - but I don't think the glass is shatterproof.