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Recent articles

Stages of dementia
July 23, 2021

Early stages of dementia – planning for the future

How to plan for the future when a loved one receives an early stages of dementia diagnosis.

Seniors enjoying the summer
July 12, 2021

6 tips for enjoying staying safe in the summer weather

Stay safe this summer with these easy to follow suggestions.

Choosing care for elderly
June 29, 2021

Questions to ask when choosing care

Choosing the right care solution for a loved one can be daunting. Here are a few questions to help you choose between the options.

Lifting an elderly person who has fallen
June 7, 2021

How to lift a fallen person

Around 50% of over 80s will fall at least once a year so knowing how to lift someone safely is important.

Royal British Legion cook book
May 17, 2021

Royal British Legion celebrates 100 years of supporting the Armed Forces community

The Royal British Legion are celebrating 100 years of supporting veterans and the Armed Forces and we're sponsoring their centenary cook book.

Elderly man in motorised wheelchair
May 13, 2021

Assistive technology devices for the elderly

We reflect on how technology has made a huge difference to families and their elderly relatives over the last year.

Signs of a stroke
April 28, 2021

How to spot the signs of a stroke

Strokes can occur suddenly, without warning. Learn to recognise the warning signs of a stroke and get medical attention as soon as possible.

Care solutions for elderly parents
March 30, 2021

How to keep your older parents safe at home

Calculate your parents' risk score and receive personalised care recommendations based on an assessment of their needs.