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We take great pride in our work, and our dedicated team or passionate and friendly staff understand that care is essential. As such we take great pleasure in delivering care to those funded by social services, and those who are self-funded.

Our aim is to provide every individual with an abundance of support and ongoing care. Additionally, we will happily handle all referrals to social services on your behalf and assist you with any inquiries you may have into additional funding or support.

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How to help with administering medication

As summarised by the Royal College of Nursing, Medication management is defined by the UK’s Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) as “The clinical, cost-effective and safe use of medicines to ensure patients get the maximum benefit from the medicines they need, while at the same time minimising potential harm.” Medication management is designed…

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Combatting Loneliness and Social Isolation in Elderly People

As we grow older, our social lives can begin to rapidly change. It can be harder to get out and about; friends or relatives may live slightly out of reach, and health concerns may make it harder to socialise. With the addition of Covid-19 and its variants, loneliness and isolation in elderly people has become…


What are Personal Care Services & When do You Need it?

What are personal care services? What are personal care services and when do you need it? Personal care services are also known as domiciliary care. These are services that help people to live independently in their own homes while still receiving some additional help and support with their daily tasks to maintain their well-being. Personal…

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Tips for communicating with a person with Dementia

“Use humour when you can to laugh with them, not at them” OUR HOMECARE SERVICES Communicating with a person with dementia can be incredibly stressful for both parties. It is important to be patient and adapt how you communicate. Dementia can cause confusion and mood swings, as well as potentially changing a person’s personality and…

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How to Help a Loved One with Diabetes

“Type two diabetes is different to type one” OUR HOMECARE SERVICES Type two diabetes is different to type one. A person diagnosed with type one doesn’t make any insulin, whereas those with type two are insulin resistant, which can lead to a reduction in insulin production over time. Type two often has no symptoms, but…


Helping a loved one deal with Parkinson’s disease

“Around 145,000 people in the UK have Parkinson’s” OUR HOMECARE SERVICES Around 145,000 people in the UK have Parkinson’s and it is estimated to grow to around 172,000 by 2030. It can affect both men and women, however, it is 1.5 times more likely to affect men. Parkinson’s is a progressive disease of the nervous…