Hi all. A female colleague has recently returned to work after the Summer following a stroke. I've heavily disguised details here so as she is not recognised. She has lost dexterity parts of her body and colleagues help her from her car into school and with eating lunch etc. A highly sensitive matter you might imagine. What I can only describe as "compassion fatigue" seems to have set in with some colleagues eating lunch separately from her so that they seemingly need not help her unscrew lids, unpack lunch etc while only a handful of colleagues aid her mobility. One of her friends suggests she was "forced to return to work and passed fit for work by the local authority" However the lady in question seemed to want to return. My question is how to broach this subject in terms of, without sounding like a complete b******, her return to work becoming practically untenable. This is a minefield of a situation, one I've never come across in a school before - a great deal of time expended by a minority of colleagues on essentially providing care for the colleague.