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Dec 18

12th

Spotting A Scam Aimed Towards Older People

Spotting a scam aimed towards older people is important to keeping one step ahead of scammers and keeping yourself safe. What is a Scam A scam is a scheme typically used by criminals who attempt or sometimes succeed in tricking people out of their money. Personal details such as your name, address, passwords, account numbers … Continue reading

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Dec 18

4th

The Importance of Having a Will

  When it comes to creating a will or organising a probate, a lot of us are unaware of what is involved. The importance of having a will is high but many people do not like the concept of speaking about losing their loved ones so this subject is often overlooked. Importance of Having a … Continue reading

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Nov 18

25th

What To Do If You Suspect Your Loved One Is Having A Stroke

  Suffering a stroke is a danger at any age, but your older parents and loved ones are often more at risk. It can be a terrifying time when your parent has a stroke. It is important to be well aware of the warning signs and risk factors of a stroke to help prevent permanent … Continue reading

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Nov 18

22nd

Importance of Keeping Warm in the Winter Months

Introduction As you grow older, it is likely you will feel colder than you did when you were younger. It is important to keep warm and know how to maintain your body temperature as the months are becoming colder. Contents 1. Five Tips to Avoid Becoming Cold 2. Why you Feel Cold More in Older … Continue reading

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Nov 18

13th

Visits from Grandchildren in the Care Home

Introduction If your parent has moved into a care home, it is important to keep their life as close to normal as possible. So if you are considering not letting your child visit the care home then rethink this decision. Although moving into a care home can be a distressing time for everyone involved, it’s … Continue reading

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Nov 18

5th

7 Tips for Making The Move Into a Care Home Easier

Introduction Sometimes the move into a care home is carefully planned out, however there are times when this can be an emergency. It is important to pre-plan an idea of what you need to consider when making the move into a care home easier for your loved one. While your parents may not want to … Continue reading

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Oct 18

26th

4 Tips For Older Drivers

Older drivers can find it difficult with driving for a number of different reasons, so we have come up with a few tips for older drivers to feel more comfortable on the roads. Checking The Car If you are caring for or have an elderly relative that is experience difficulty with driving, they may feel … Continue reading

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Oct 18

16th

Tips For Taking Your Loved One On Day Trips And Holidays

Going on holiday with your loved one may seem like a great idea at first but there is more to taking your loved one on day trips and holidays than you may initially think. We have outlined a few areas which you need to consider when taking your loved one on a trip. Day Trips … Continue reading

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Oct 18

10th

Coping With Loneliness and Depression When Caring For Your Loved Ones

Coping with loneliness and depression when caring for your loved ones can be difficult, but talking to those who can provide support and advice can really provide you with the support you need at such difficult times. How to Overcome Loneliness Caring for someone is a responsibility that can easily take up a large portion … Continue reading

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Oct 18

6th

How To Cope With Bereavement

Coping with bereavement is a distressing time in anyone’s situation and people learn to deal with their own grief in their own individual ways. There is no right or wrong way to grieve for your loved ones and peoples experience of grief is unique to each person. It is important to know that no matter … Continue reading

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