How to Care
- May 20th 2016
When a friend or family member has dementia, it can feel like they’re disappearing before your eyes. The person you know and love seems lost behind a mask and you want to peel back that layer to reveal ...
Keeping your feet in top-notch condition is essential for comfort and, therefore, the key to staying mobile and active for longer. Research amongst 2,000 UK adults, from the College of Podiatry, showed that half of women put up with uncomfortable shoes for the sake of fashion and a third (36%) of ...
People with dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, learning disabilities or a head injury may wander for many different reasons and understanding them can be an important step to managing the situation. People may wander because: • They are searching for something they think they have lost • They ...
Elderly Falls Prevention • Exercise and balance training – balance can be improved with gentle exercise to increase strength and coordination. The use of Balance Equipment can help with this. • Regular health checks – particularly checking a person’s vision, blood pressure, blood sugars levels ...
Every year in the UK over 130,000 people in the UK have a Stroke. If this has happened to someone you are close to it can have a massive impact on your family and lifestyle. The following tips can help you to care for your loved one more safely and easily at home. • A stroke can affect a person’s ...
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