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September 22nd, 2021

Experiencing signs of dementia can be extremely daunting, but understanding the signs and seeking help from medical professionals and loved ones is really important. Different types of dementia will have different effects on each individual, but there are some common signs and symptoms that we can talk about and spot amongst our loved ones.

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Elderly people in a care home

October 27th, 2023

If you’re beginning to wonder whether residential care is the best option for your loved one, it is completely normal to have a number of questions about the best steps forward. Here, we take a look at some of the warning signs that suggest your family member may need to move into a care home and offer some general advice about the process.

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July 21st, 2021

Finding the perfect furry friend can be an extremely rewarding experience. Dog ownership has a number of benefits and can provide strong companionship for humans, which is really important for elderly people, especially those who are living alone or have recently retired.

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Older person holding a mobile

April 8th, 2021

Whether you are looking for the best mobile phone for your elderly parents or you yourself are older and in need of a phone that will suit your needs, take a look at some of the smartphones and easy to use mobiles that we have found.

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Cute older couple in a park

March 5th, 2021

Over the last 12 months communication, mental health, and wellbeing have been put to the test as we have had to find new ways to keep our spirits up. Some of the biggest issues we have faced during these odd times is ensuring that older generations are still able to keep in touch with their loved ones whilst still staying on track with their health and exercise.

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World Book Day New Care

March 9th, 2020

Proving that age is no object when it comes to a love for books, children from Shepherd Lodge Day Nursery joined the residents at The Hamptons in Lytham St Annes for an inter-generational morning of fun and storytelling. The event coincided with World Book Day, which takes place annually on 5 March, and saw a…

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Wellbeing Grosvenor Manor

March 9th, 2020

Leading care home operator New Care has appointed Lynne Jarvis -Hughes, from Childer Thornton in Ellesmere Port, to the role of wellbeing assistant at its Grosvenor Manor care centre on Heath Lane in Chester. In her new position, Lynne will support and assist Grosvenor Manor’s wellbeing coordinator, Lisa Forth, to plan and deliver an exciting…

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February 26th, 2020

Employees and residents at the recently opened Formby Manor care centre on Liverpool Road in Formby have raised more than £760 for breast cancer with a special Wear it Pink Day. The celebratory event saw families and friends of residents dress in pink and come to the home for a special day of fundraising fun…

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Making wishes come true at New Care

December 3rd, 2019

A number of residents at Ruddington Manor Care Centre on Ruddington Lane in Wilford were able to relive their youth by riding motorbikes. New Care, the care home operator of Ruddington Manor, regularly asks its residents to make a wish and Dorothy Stapleton, aged 90, wanted to ride a motorbike again. She says: “It has…

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Mary Poppins birthday party Grosvenor Manor Chester

December 3rd, 2019

To celebrate its first anniversary, Grosvenor Manor Care Centre, located on Heath Lane in Chester, hosted a magnificent Mary Poppins-themed party for residents and their relatives, as well as staff. The birthday party was real community event, organised by Lisa Forth, the wellbeing coordinator at Grosvenor Manor. Team members dressed up as characters from this…

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