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Find out about the measures that care homes have put in place to reunite residents with their loved ones safely, without putting them at risk during the pandemic.
We understand that inspiration doesn't always flow freely so we have put together 5 fun activities below, all suitable for older people!
Showplace has been incredibly busy installing care home visiting pods across the country. Read our article to find out more about the different types of pods they offer!
Find out how innovative company, Jelly Drops, are helping those with dementia increase their water-intake with their colourful water sweets.
Wracking your brains for ideas on what to get older relatives for Christmas and running out of time? We've all been there! View our top 5 gift ideas for older people.
As of 30th August 2019, the Government has announced that positive changes will be put into action to who is eligible for a Blue Badge in the UK.
Did you know that half a million older people go at least five or six days a week without seeing or speaking to anyone at all?
Alarm pendants are a brilliant way of providing older people with the peace of mind that if they run into a medical emergency they have a way of calling for help.
Research has shown that music has multiple benefits for both those who are suffering from dementia and their family, friends & Carers.
'How Do I?' is an innovative digital learning support tool, developed by educational professionals to help people learn skills at work more independently.
Live Better With Dementia is an online platform designed to make everyday living that little bit easier for the millions of people worldwide who are living with dementia or caring for someone with dementia.
Purple Alert is a free app which is helping to trace those living with dementia who are prone to wandering in Scotland. The main aim of the app is to keep people who have dementia in the community safe.
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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