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Why Should You Consider a Career in Care?

Why Should You Consider a Career in Care?

Maybe you've always wanted to work in care, helping others when they most need it. Alternatively, you may find yourself now looking at a change of career due to personal circumstances, wondering if a career in care might be just what you're looking for. Why Should You...

Coronavirus Update

Coronavirus Update

We are continuing to provide our care services at this difficult time, ensuring our clients receive the best care possible, at the time when it is most needed. We would like to reassure you that we are following all government guidelines and recommendations from PHE...

Music Therapy for Dementia

Music Therapy for Dementia

Music therapy for dementia is increasing in use across different care settings, as well as within people’s own homes. Music has long been thought to help those living with a dementia diagnosis but does it really work, and if so…how?   Music is universally enjoyed...

Delicious Summer Meal Ideas And Recipes: For Older Adults

Delicious Summer Meal Ideas And Recipes: For Older Adults

This week we thought we would bring you some of our favourite summer meal ideas and recipes, as voted for by our *clients! Quick, easy and above all delicious – these ideas will help to make mealtimes enjoyable, throughout the summer and beyond. As we age our interest...

Live in Home Care or Care Home: Which is Better?

Live in Home Care or Care Home: Which is Better?

There is a lot to think about when it comes to care for yourself or a loved one. We know that there are many questions when trying to decide what is best and one of the most common ones is, which is better, home care or care home? Home care or care home? It will...

Diabetes Symptoms – What Should You Look Out For?

Diabetes Symptoms – What Should You Look Out For?

Diabetes UK states that there are already 3.9 million people who have been diagnosed with Diabetes in the UK. With numbers rising each year, do you know the diabetes symptoms that you should look out for? What is diabetes? Diabetes is a condition that affects your...

Benefits of Drinking Water: Hydration in Older Adults

Benefits of Drinking Water: Hydration in Older Adults

As temperatures here in the UK begin to soar, staying hydrated is more important than ever. Whether you are aged 5, 30, or 90, drinking enough is key to staying healthy and keeping your body functioning at its full potential.   Hydration in older adults As we age...

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