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We know that most of the families who need care need it quickly and that most of them haven’t been through the process before. We want to ensure that you have the appropriate information, so that you are able to make an informed decision. We understand that when you’re in a state of high emotion […]

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Great books to read to dementia patients

The stories within the pages of a book can help us to understand ourselves and the world around us. For people affected by dementia, books can also play a key role in helping to understand the sense of identity they might have lost. Schemes such as Reading Well and Books on Prescription have already given […]

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How Live-in Carers Help with Everyday Domestic Tasks

Live-in carers are at the heart of providing continuous, round-the-clock care. And while that does mean supporting with practical activities such as helping with medication or personal care, there’s more to live-in care than that. Did you know that live-in carers can also support with the everyday tasks around your house? This is just one […]

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How to Take Your Medicine Safely at Home

There may well come a point in your life where you need to take a specific set of medications. This might be needed for a particular condition such as arthritis or diabetes, or just to maintain general health. Medication can also pose a risk, especially if it’s used incorrectly or not stored away. Take a […]

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The importance of healthy eating in later life

We’re living in an ageing population – figures released by The Office of National Statistics reveal that in mid-2017, around 18% of adults in the UK were aged 65 or over, and this figure is expected to rise to over 20% by the year 2027. With that in mind, looking after our health is becoming […]

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Taking care of the carer

One in 10 adults in the UK are carers in some form. That’s around seven million people. Many carers are unpaid, voluntarily giving their time to look after a family member or friend to make sure they have everything they need. But who is there to look after the carer themselves? Respite care is a […]

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Dementia is more than just memory

When someone says the word ‘dementia’ to you, the first thing you’ll think of will probably be memory. While difficulties with memory, either short or long-term, is a significant symptom of various types of dementia, there are other warning signs which you should be mindful of. Dementia and changes in the senses Many people affected […]

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How a live-in carer can make you feel safe in your own home

While live-in care allows you to have the support you need within the comfort of your home, it’s also a way of making sure you’re safe. And if you have a relative who is prone to falls, live-in care also gives you peace of mind that someone will be on hand to support them when […]

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Talking about end of life options with loved ones

Having a conversation with a relative about how they want to spend their final stages of life is rarely easy. Whether it’s due to elderly age or a long-term health condition, talking about end of life care, while difficult, ensures that your loved one is able to live their last days in comfort. By starting […]

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