Should you choose home care or residential care?

Date: March 24th, 2017

Most importantly, you have options! What, where and how do you want to live? Well, should you need care you have choices, you can choose to receive care in your own home or move to a residential or nursing home, choice is important. Depending on your care needs will depend on the type of care you need, and where your care would be best delivered. It may be preferable for you to stay in your own home and have carer workers visit you or maybe [..]

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How can Home Care improve the quality of your life?

Date: February 24th, 2017

It can often be difficult for individuals to contemplate the need for care especially when they have been independent for the majority of their lives. The main struggle lies in deciding what to do when a loved one becomes less able to care for themselves. It is generally understood that the elderly would prefer to live at home for as long as their health permits. Sadly, for some individual’s, ill health restricts them from having the benefit of living in their own home. Benefits of [..]

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What is the Me and Mum Test?

Date: February 11th, 2017

You're probably thinking, "surely it's a typo?  I mean I've heard of the Mum Test so what's with the "Me and"?? The answer is rather simple.  Whilst the Mum Test sets a high standard of care, the Me and Mum Test goes beyond this. For those who are not familiar, the "Mum Test" is a standard of care CQC expects to be delivered by carers which requires carers to first consider whether they would be happy for someone they love and care to expect the same level of services [..]

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Hello world!

Date: February 11th, 2017

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing!

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