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Foods preventing dementia

We are inundated with information on how diet is the main deal-breaker when it comes to staying healthy.

While physical health is widely-known to be influenced by what we eat, researchers are now pointing out foods that may help prevent cognitive diseases, such as dementia and Alzheimer's.

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Vascular dementia

A recent study commissioned by the British Heart Foundation (BHF) revealed that stroke survivors are twice as likely to develop dementia later in life. According to the analysis, 8.6% of stroke survivors in the UK are presently living with dementia, with almost three quarters of them being diagnosed with vascular dementia.Read more...

COVID-19 testing

The Government has announced that COVID-19 testing will now be available to all home care workers presenting Coronavirus symptoms. While Health Secretary Matt Hancock declared that the NHS is still aiming to conduct 100,000 tests a day, the latest action plan released by the Department of Health and Social Care revealed that vulnerable individuals who rely on home care services will not be included.Read more...

COVID-19 update

In light of the Coronavirus pandemic, we are still providing quality home care services for our clients and operating business as usual. Our main goal is to ensure that our customers continue to receive the levels of support needed in the safest possible way.Read more...

dementia care

Placing a dementia sufferer into a care home is a difficult decision to make, especially for family members who share a deep connection to those affected. Whilst the disease is easier to manage in its early stages, people living with dementia tend to experience a gradual deterioration to their quality of life as the illness progresses.Read more...

Technology for people with dementia

Technology has been playing a very important part in caring for dementia patients and their quality of life. Among its many benefits, technology has provided an array of opportunities to improve safety and enable those diagnosed to live a normal everyday life.Read more...

Exercises for people with dementia

Regular physical activity is the most effective way to maintain and improve both an individual's physical and mental health. Keeping physically fit and healthy can drastically reduce people's risk of serious conditions such as diabetes and heart failure. However, when affected by a disease such as dementia, it can become increasingly difficult to maintain keeping active.Read more...

Signs of Alzheimer's

According to the Alzheimer's Society, there are over 850,000 with Alzheimer's disease (DA), and although it mostly affects adults 65 and above, over 42,000 under 65 are affected by Alzheimer's. This means that the average age to get diagnosed is between 40 to 50.

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Home care

In September, we are proud to say that our Harrogate branch received a good report with an outstanding accreditation for caring services. The report, just released on the 20th of November, is a real testament to the hard work and dedication we have been putting into our caring duties.

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help a lost or confused stranger.

It's common to find people out in public who are asking for help perhaps for directions, or for change. It's almost a daily occurrence that a stranger will approach you or someone next to you on the street. While it is easy and often the case to ignore these people, especially if you have a busy schedule, you never know what their background could be.

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