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Covid:19: We are here to help
We have experienced and dedicated Live-in carers offering various levels of support to help the elderly self-isolate comfortably and safely. Having 1 carer limits the amount of outside contact reducing the risk of infection. We can also access the dedicated shopping hours for the vulnerable and provide companionship in this time of uncertainty amongst other things. Why not email us on [email protected] or find your local branch on our contact us page

Recognising the Signs of Dementia

Recognising the Signs of Dementia

Dementia is a very common illness, affecting one in six people over the age of 80. By 2025 it is expected that over one million people in the UK will suffer from a form of dementia. It affects everyone differently, so it is hard to predict how long somebody will be...
Coping when a Loved One has Dementia

Coping when a Loved One has Dementia

Dementia is a very common condition which usually sets in during old age. It is difficult to know the exact number of people living with dementia, because there is a low diagnosis rate, but 24.6 million people in the UK know a family member or close friend with the...