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Take Time for Self Care
25 Aug 2021 Elderly Care

How do I make time for myself as a carer?

If you are caring for your elderly mum, dad or any other loved one, it can be exhausting and you may struggle with your wellbeing. It is very important that you take time out for self-care. Here are some helpful suggestions on ways you can take care of yourself as a carer.
Tackling elderly lonliness
13 Aug 2021 Elderly Care

Can a befriender help my widowed mum feel less lonely?

More elderly people are saying that they feel lonely than ever before. Luckily there are a few ways in which we can tackle loneliness. One way is introducing your elderly loved one to a befriender.
Keeping Mum or Dad at Home
19 Jul 2021 Elderly Care

How much does a care home cost in the UK?

It’s a problem facing many UK families. Is there any way I can keep my elderly mum or dad living at home for as long as possible? Can we afford the cost of a care home?
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15 Jul 2021 Elderly Care

Will my elderly parents be excluded from a cashless society?

We all started to notice the closure of local banks way before the pandemic and Covid-19 only served to speed this process up with many shops and other businesses only accepting cashless transactions. But where does that leave our elderly relatives?
Caring for elderly parents
13 Jan 2021 Elderly Care

Caring for elderly parents: The ultimate guide

Most elderly people live at home and need at least some level of care from relatives to maintain their independence. We've put together some important things to think about if you're caring for elderly parents. This includes tips on safety, wellbeing and changes you might need to make around the home.
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26 Nov 2020 Elderly Care

Most common long term health conditions for the elderly

Long term health conditions can affect us from any age, but this is something we probably think about more as we get older. We've put together a bit of information on some of the main conditions to be aware of for yourself or an elderly loved one.
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25 Jun 2018 Elderly Care

Personal alarms - safety for the elderly made easy

As people grow old, they become more dependent on others for their well being and safety. Pendant personal alarms with GPS tracking and Fall Detection are just one way that elderly relatives can continue living in their own homes independently and with peace of mind.
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SureSafe is the leading provider of personal alarms within the UK.

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