Category: advice

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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Want to protect yourself against Alzheimer’s? It’s time to take a walk


We are all aware of the benefits that physical activity brings to our bodies and minds – especially as we start to get older – but a recent study conducted […]

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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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Person-Centred Care for Older LGBT Adults- The Benefits of Live-in Care.


LGBT elders may not be getting the care they need because they fear discrimination from their more conservative age mates. Opting for live-in care instead of entering a care home […]

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Your Funding Options: No, You Don’t Need to Sell Your Home to Pay for Care.


If you’re having trouble with everyday tasks, it might be time to consider care options. But, arranging care can for yourself or a loved one can be a challenge. From knowing where […]

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Care & Support For The Elderly – The Care Home Alternative


Clearly the news that we are facing another lockdown came as a blow for many this weekend and we are preparing our care team and the head office support staff […]

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Care homes are not the only option if you need elderly care


Whilst you’re searching for care for your loved one, remember that there is a lot of help available to you. Don’t be afraid to reach out for support and advice. […]

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Dementia in the BAME community: How home care can help


Continuing our support for #BlackHistoryMonth For black communities in the UK there is a greater risk of dementia but support is typically accessed later in the journey, according to Alzheimer’s Society. Did you know Black […]

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