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multigenerational family on the beach at sunset

May 9th, 2022

Family holidays with multiple generations, from great-grandparents to teenagers and from grandparents to toddlers, are a brilliant opportunity to spend quality time together and make precious memories.  Holidaying together means everyone can enjoy a break from the daily routine while dividing the cost, and it’s the perfect chance for little ones to spend time with…

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older woman holding hands with carer

May 26th, 2022

If you’re looking for support with care for yourself or a loved one, it can be hard to know where to start when it comes to residential care homes, nursing care, nursing homes, and more. Not everyone going into residential care needs a nursing home, and some may be eligible to receive nursing care in…

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union jack bunting

May 5th, 2022

Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations are set to take place from Thursday 2nd June to Sunday 5th June as the nation enjoys an extra bank holiday to join in the festivities.  The long weekend provides a great opportunity for a multi-generational celebration with all the family together; Her Majesty is Britain’s longest reigning monarch,…

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signing paperwork

April 27th, 2022

Power of attorney can be a daunting world to navigate if it’s brand new to you, and it’s something that often comes up when you, or a parent or older relative is moving into a care home. The transition to residential care should come with an acknowledgement that circumstances may change in the future, and…

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man driving car

April 19th, 2022

When you’re shopping for a new car in later life, it’s likely that you’ll be focusing on different features than when you were younger. Comfort, accessibility, ease of driving, and enough boot space for a wheelchair may be factors you’re considering over whether there’s space for a young family. Some seniors will need space for…

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close-up of elderly woman's eye

April 19th, 2022

Memory loss in later life can be worrying, but it’s not always necessarily a sign of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Brain fog, tiredness, age-related cognitive decline, and even a lack of the right vitamins and minerals in your diet can all cause memory loss. However, it’s important to speak to your GP if you are…

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April 11th, 2022

Vitamins and minerals play an important role in helping to keep your body healthy, which becomes all the more important as you get older.  Everyone’s individual needs are different, so if you’re looking for advice on the right vitamins for seniors over 70 or the best vitamins for an elderly man, it’s best to speak…

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family photo

March 30th, 2022

Visiting a loved one in a care home for the first time can feel a little daunting, especially if you’ve been living together previously, or you’ve been used to visiting them in their own home. Having to book an appointment to see your loved one can feel strange at first, and it’s natural to wonder…

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women holding hands in care home

March 17th, 2022

Accepting that moving into a care home may be the right decision for a loved one can be a tough realisation to come to. Often, loved ones recognise that a parent or older relative can no longer live independently safely or are showing signs of decline before they realise it themselves. As a result, it…

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older women looking at photos

February 23rd, 2022

Moving into a care home is a much bigger change to navigate than a standard house move, which can already be a very stressful situation in itself. When you move into a care home, there’s not just a change of environment to process, but also a complete change in lifestyle, which can feel a little…

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