Category: advice

Specialist Rehabilitation care – The chance to recover in your own home


For anyone who’s ever experienced a fall or illness that’s required medical attention, you’ll understand just how upsetting and stressful an incident of this nature can be for an elderly […]

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Your guide to elderly care funding


If you or someone you care about is beginning to show signs that they require extra care due to old age, you could both be left worrying about how you […]

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Parkinson’s: who cares for the carer?


When you care for somebody with Parkinson’s disease, you often forget about your own needs as you do everything in your power to ensure that they continue to lead a […]

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Supporting and Meeting the care needs of older LGBT people | Pride Month 2021


While there has been an improvement in meeting the needs of LGBT individuals in many aspects, we still lack appropriate LGBT support in social care services. There is also an […]

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Care and support for the elderly : A better alternative to residential and nursing care.


According to Age UK , 1 in 5 people aged between 50 and 64 in the UK provide care to their loved ones, or to another elderly relative. Around a […]

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Better At Home Report – 2021 Update


The Live-in Care Hub’ is an impartial information resource and a friendly point of contact where you can learn all you need to help make a decision about arranging live […]

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Can Live-in care help reduce the UK Loneliness Epidemic?


Elderly people have reported increased loneliness during the coronavirus pandemic — a situation that can be devastating for their health -with Age UK estimating around two million people aged over […]

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Arranging suitable care for a loved one following a hospital stay


Arranging care before you leave hospital When a loved one is due to be discharged from hospital, relatives are often left with the overwhelming task of arranging suitable care in […]

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Live-in care is the safest care option to protect older people during the Covid-19 crisis


Today marks a significant change in our society. Our carers are doing such a brilliant job taking care of the most vulnerable members of our community. For the team at […]

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