Five Signs Your Loved One Might Need to Move in to Care

Five Signs Your Loved One Might Need to Move in to Care

Getting older comes with a whole host of health problems When people age, their vision and hearing can deteriorate and conditions such as diabetes, arthritis and incontinence can develop. As people get older and start needing support, they will often get carers to...
The A-Z of Care Jargon

The A-Z of Care Jargon

A Abuse: Harm caused to another person by anyone who has power or control over them. The Care and Support Statutory Agency identifies ten kinds of abuse, including Physical abuse, Sexual abuse, Psychological or emotional abuse, Financial abuse, and Discriminatory...
Nursing Homes and End-of-Life Care

Nursing Homes and End-of-Life Care

When someone is nearing the end of their life, where they spend their final days matters a lot to them and their loved ones. In the UK, about half of all deaths happen in hospitals, even though many people would have preferred to die at home. Some might choose a...
Pets as Therapy

Pets as Therapy

Many individuals find solace and joy in the companionship of pets. However, concerns arise when transitioning to care or nursing homes, as residents fear parting with their beloved animals. Yet, this need not always be the case. Several care homes now welcome pets,...
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