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On [[24 August]], Duffy's power of attorney forms arrived, and she insisted on filling them in whilst he was at work. However, when she struggled to complete them, she repeatedly called Charlie. Once he returned home, she apologised and asserted that she needed a job to help keep her mind active whilst she still could. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: [[Episode 1140 (Casualty)|Episode 1140]]) The following week, Duffy began volunteering at the [[Middleshill Grange]] care home and accompanied a vulnerable resident with advanced dementia named [[Maisie Bowe|Maisie]] to the ED for treatment for a fall. Following his shift, Duffy told Charlie that she wanted him to support her once she became unable to fight for herself, and he promised to take care of her. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: [[Episode 1141 (Casualty)|Episode 1141]])
 
On [[24 August]], Duffy's power of attorney forms arrived, and she insisted on filling them in whilst he was at work. However, when she struggled to complete them, she repeatedly called Charlie. Once he returned home, she apologised and asserted that she needed a job to help keep her mind active whilst she still could. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: [[Episode 1140 (Casualty)|Episode 1140]]) The following week, Duffy began volunteering at the [[Middleshill Grange]] care home and accompanied a vulnerable resident with advanced dementia named [[Maisie Bowe|Maisie]] to the ED for treatment for a fall. Following his shift, Duffy told Charlie that she wanted him to support her once she became unable to fight for herself, and he promised to take care of her. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: [[Episode 1141 (Casualty)|Episode 1141]])
   
On [[12 October]], Charlie came to Duffy's aid after she suffered a [[transient ischaemic attack]] and forgot how to turn right while driving. Consequently, Duffy asked Charlie to inform the care home that she would not be able to volunteer there again. However, after Duffy managed to deescalate a confrontation between a [[Lorna Hammond|bereaved mother]] and her [[Lily Hammond|child's]] [[Daryl Palmerston|killer]], Dylan offered Duffy a voluntary position in the ED. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: [[Episode 1146 (Casualty)|Episode 1146]]) On [[26 October]], Duffy began her first shift as a volunteer, but her colleagues noticed that she was exhausted and struggling. Robyn and Jade voiced their concerns to Charlie, but he insisted that Duffy was fine; he later found Duffy asleep in the relatives' room. After Charlie vented his frustrations about getting Duffy help to Robyn, Robyn offered him money for a private dementia clinic. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: [[Episode 1148 (Casualty)|Episode 1148]])
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On [[12 October]], Charlie came to Duffy's aid after she suffered a [[transient ischaemic attack]] and forgot how to turn right while driving. Consequently, Duffy asked Charlie to inform the care home that she would not be able to volunteer there again. However, after Duffy managed to deescalate a confrontation between a [[Lorna Hammond|bereaved mother]] and her [[Lily Hammond|child's]] [[Daryl Palmerston|killer]], Dylan offered Duffy a voluntary position in the ED. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: [[Episode 1146 (Casualty)|Episode 1146]])
 
On [[9 November]], in the wake of a surprise [[CQC]] inspection and a shortage in nursing staff, Charlie asked Robyn to help out in the ED and convinced her to allow Duffy to babysit Charlotte. However, Duffy soon returned to the ED without Charlotte. After it was feared that Charlotte had been involved in a road accident, Robyn later found her safe at [[Coliscliffe Park]]. Knowing that Duffy was Charlie's priority and feeling that she let Charlotte down badly, Robyn told Charlie that it was just "[her] and Charlotte" from that point onwards. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: [[Episode 1150 (Casualty)|Episode 1150]])
 
   
 
[[30 November|Three weeks later]], Charlie became concerned when Duffy could see [[Jinny]] — their pet cat that had been killed two years prior — in their garden and brought her to the ED for treatment. However, registrar [[Archie Hudson]] diagnosed Duffy with a [[urinary tract infection]] and told her that it was responsible for her hallucinations. Realising that they needed more support and wanting to maintain their independence, Charlie and Duffy decided to trial a home care package. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: [[Episode 1152 (Casualty)|Episode 1152]])
 
[[30 November|Three weeks later]], Charlie became concerned when Duffy could see [[Jinny]] — their pet cat that had been killed two years prior — in their garden and brought her to the ED for treatment. However, registrar [[Archie Hudson]] diagnosed Duffy with a [[urinary tract infection]] and told her that it was responsible for her hallucinations. Realising that they needed more support and wanting to maintain their independence, Charlie and Duffy decided to trial a home care package. ([[Casualty|CAS]]: [[Episode 1152 (Casualty)|Episode 1152]])
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