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Stay healthy in later life with limited mobility

2021-04-04T15:31:16+01:00

If you are in your later life and have limited mobility, this does not mean that you cannot eat well and exercise to maintain overall mental and physical health. Whatever your circumstances may be, you can make always small diet changes, do gentle daily exercises and practice brain stimulation exercises to make your life [...]

Stay healthy in later life with limited mobility2021-04-04T15:31:16+01:00

How to pay for home care

2021-03-11T13:05:36+00:00

Is home care the best option for you or your relative? We are aware that choosing the right care and support for yourself or a relative can be difficult a decision to make as you need to think about the pros and cons of having home care or moving your loved one in a [...]

How to pay for home care2021-03-11T13:05:36+00:00

Teach your older relative to become a tech expert

2021-03-01T09:35:54+00:00

It is never too late to teach your mum, dad or older relative something new, even if its technology. We live in a society where technology is constantly growing. New platforms, to initiate and increase communication, are constantly being created. Research from Open Access Government suggests that 41% of the older adults over 75 [...]

Teach your older relative to become a tech expert2021-03-01T09:35:54+00:00

How do you plan ahead for later life?

2021-03-01T09:36:11+00:00

Planning ahead for later life? A beneficial guideline A lot of us do not have the time to plan ahead for later life, we are so busy with our daily schedules and lives that thinking about our old age is a low priority. We also live with this hope that if we maintain a healthy [...]

How do you plan ahead for later life?2021-03-01T09:36:11+00:00

Keeping seniors joyful and connected during Christmas

2021-03-01T09:36:32+00:00

What are your 2020 highlights? Christmas in 2020 The government has announced the new tier three system that came into effect when the second national lockdown in the UK ended on the 2nd December. Non-essential shops are back as normal such as shopping centres, restaurants, hairdressers and other non-essential personal shops. It has also [...]

Keeping seniors joyful and connected during Christmas2021-03-01T09:36:32+00:00

Top 7 Tips To Help Your Elderly Relative Fight Loneliness

2020-11-17T17:14:02+00:00

Have you noticed that your elderly relative feels lonely? The elderly are extremely vulnerable to loneliness and social isolation and these can have a serious impact on their health. According to the research conducted by Age UK, there are 1.4 million lonely elderly individuals in the UK and in a pandemic such as Covid-19, loneliness [...]

Top 7 Tips To Help Your Elderly Relative Fight Loneliness2020-11-17T17:14:02+00:00

How to choose the perfect care for your loved one

2021-03-01T09:37:10+00:00

As our parents and relatives get older, their needs change and the idea of living independently becomes more difficult. As a child of an ageing parent, you would want to provide them with the support that they need. An important decision to make when considering elderly care is to decide whether your loved one is [...]

How to choose the perfect care for your loved one2021-03-01T09:37:10+00:00

World Alzheimer’s Month – An Informational Guide on Dementia

2020-10-01T09:54:39+01:00

Alzheimer's Awareness Month It's World Alzheimer's Awareness Month and it is so beneficial to have an informative blog post about the elderly living with Dementia. Many of us do not know what Dementia is and that Alzheimer's Disease is one of many types of Dementia. If you have an elderly loved one recently being diagnosed with [...]

World Alzheimer’s Month – An Informational Guide on Dementia2020-10-01T09:54:39+01:00
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