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How to Make A Dementia Safe and Friendly Home

There are always steps you need to take when a person has dementia. From being around a lot more, providing the necessary care support and making things safe around the house. There are a whole array of things you can do to ensure your own safety or safety of a loved...

How To Fund Your Care

Funding for care later on in life, whether it be for yourself or for a loved one, is something that needs to be considered in advance and planned out. Whether you are considering residential Care Home or Home Care (also known as Care at Home or domiciliary care), it’s...

The Rising Cost of Elderly Care

Finding the most comfortable, safe and happy care for your loved one is extremely important. Searching for all this at an affordable price is also essential, to ensure the care is on-going for as long as it may be needed. This has become more difficult in recent...

Top 10 Types of Care

When it comes to deciding what type of care service you, or a loved one, are in need of, there are many different options and care choices available. As some people may not be aware of these, and an individual’s care needs can change over time, we have put together...

What You Need to Know About Caring For Elderly Parents

The challenge of caring for elderly parents is significant. It’s never easy to watch a loved one struggle with the side effects of ageing. Our parents are the ones who looked after us and brought us up to be independent. When we have to be the ones to care for them...

How to Choose the Right Live in Carer

In recent years, investing in live in care (also known as domiciliary care) for service users has become an increasingly popular alternative to investing in a residential care home. The care option has a number of benefits. A live in carer provides service users with...