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28 Sept 2022 Dementia
How is dementia diagnosed in the UK?
If you or a loved one is presenting with any symptoms that look like they could be dementia, it’s important to see your GP to understand what might be happening. Knowing what to expect can help with this process, so we discuss how dementia is diagnosed.
22 Sept 2022 Lone Worker Alarms
Risk Assessments For Lone Workers
Lone workers make up a significant portion of the workforce in many industries, and as such, employers have a duty of care to ensure their safety while they are working. A risk assessment is a vital part of this process, as it allows employers to identify any potential risks that their lone workers may face and put measures in place to mitigate them.
20 Sept 2022 Dementia
Vascular Dementia - Causes, Signs and Symptoms
Vascular dementia is a type of dementia that occurs when there is damage to the brain's blood vessels. Estimated to affect around 150,000 people in the UK, it is a condition that is mostly found in those who are over the age of 65. We explore the common signs, symptoms and causes of the condition.
13 Sept 2022 Elderly Care
Dehydration in the Elderly
Older people are more vulnerable to becoming dehydrated for a variety of reasons, ranging from our bodies changing as we age to environmental and psychological factors. We discuss the causes and signs of dehydration, alongside treatment and prevention.
09 Sept 2022 Elderly Care
Causes Signs and Symptoms of Epilepsy
There are around 600,000 people in the UK living with epilepsy. We discuss common signs, symptoms and causes in our latest blog.
07 Sept 2022 Elderly Care
Anaemia: Signs, Symptoms and Causes
Anaemia is a condition which affects over two billion people across the world – over 30% of the global population. In our latest blog we discuss the signs, sytmpsoms and causes.
02 Sept 2022 Tips & Advice
The Best Diet Choices for People with High Blood Pressure
High blood pressure affects around one in three adults across the UK and is a leading cause of major illnesses. Discover the foods to eat and the foods to avoid to ensure you stay heart healthy.
02 Sept 2022 Elderly Care
Loss of appetite in the elderly
As we age, our appetites naturally decline, and our weight can fluctuate as a result. However if you or someone you know is suffering a loss of appetite, it's important to understand the causes.