Residential care homes offer fantastic support to individuals of all ages and with a range of needs, most commonly used by elderly individuals who may require a little additional support and assistance.
Below are some great advice articles for people who are considering using their services for themselves or a loved one.
If you have any questions please contact us for further advice and guidance.
When it comes to paying for care it is essential to be practical, especially as there is a huge variance between the cost of care between local care homes.
Exploring the different scenarios and circumstances which make it necessary to sell the family home in order to fund ongoing care costs.
Choosing a care home for a loved one will likely be one of the biggest and most important decisions you will make in your adult life. Read on to find out the 5 key considerations which apply to everyone when choosing a care home.
It is not until a relative or loved one needs care that many people discover there is a difference between Care Homes & Nursing Homes! Read on to find out the distinguishes features between residential and nursing care.
Finding care is hard enough without having to learn the language of the social care sector! This simple guide explains whose who and how they are relevant to you in your search for care.
Spontaneous trips out may be a thing of the past but there are dementia cafes, English Heritage sites and musuems which are making every effort to be dementia-friendly.
Care Annuity's are a type of insurance product; for an initial upfront cost the annuity guarantees to pay out for the ongoing cost of care. Making them most suited to people with long-term healthcare needs.
If you're a full-time Carer then you may wish to consider 1-2 weeks respite care to provide relief from your care duties.
Convalescent Care is a term used to describe the short-term support provided by skilled professionals to individuals who are recovering from an illness, operation or injury.
Being a full-time Carer is far more than just a job; if you're a full-time Carer there is no shame in recognising that you need a break.
TrustedCare.co.uk analyses the answers 1,000 care-seekers gave to the question 'how did you hear about us?' and discovers that 36% of enquirers know about the home through local reputation and recommendations.
The Limbless Association was established to help pre and post-amputation amputees to overcome the challenges that they face by providing them with information and guidance.
Below are some of the most popular locations for nursing, residential, home and live-in care support, click to find out more about the support offered in these areas.
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