The Art of Caring

We are sponsoring the ‘Art in the Weald’ event in aid of the wonderful local charity Hospice in the Weald. Unfortunately, this has been postponed due to the current Coronavirus outbreak, and this has meant we have also had to postpone our spin-off event, ‘The Art of Caring’ which we were due to host in April.

Helping The Elderly Through Coronavirus

The Pandemic caused by Covid-19 is moving forward faster than perhaps anyone could have imagined. As we deal predominantly with the elderly, who are most at risk, we have created a guide for steps you should take when visiting the elderly and what you can do to help them should they need to self-isolate or be quarantined.

How To Stay Safe From Scams

Anyone can fall victim to a scam, but older people can be at greater risk; according to research carried out in 2017 for Age UK, almost 5 million people aged 65+ in the UK believed they had been targeted by scammers. Sadly, elderly people are more vulnerable from scammers.

Going Green In 2020

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed and worried by bleak statistics of global pollution and climate change but while the younger generation will be most impacted by the situation, there’s no reason why all of us shouldn’t start to lead a greener lifestyle too.

A Happy, Healthy New Year!

Let’s face it, many of us probably over-indulged over Christmas and thousands of people across the UK are starting the new year, resolved to get fit, eat healthily and limit their alcohol intake.

Which Country Has The Best Care For The Elderly

By 2050, there will be 2 billion elderly people living on the planet – that’s about 20% of the total population – and it’s only going to increase thanks to longer life expectancy, partly due to advancements in medicine. So it’s becoming even more important to find the most effective ways of making life better for our ageing populations.

Christmas Gifts For The Elderly

With Christmas just around the corner, you might be starting to think about choosing a gift for an elderly friend or relative – or maybe even putting together your own Santa’s wishlist! Original Christmas gift ideas can be a challenge, so we’ve come up with a few of our festive favourites that include practicality, comfort – and a dash of sentimentality!

Financial Planning in Later Life

Regardless of age, many of us worry about money, but older people, in particular, may find they need extra help organising their finances. Conditions such as dementia can impact their ability to make informed choices while a physical disability or visual impairment may cause problems dealing with the bank or getting online. Perhaps their spouse is no longer there to help handle the finances and they find it difficult to know if they are making the right financial decisions for themselves. And of course, there is an increased vulnerability to fraudsters.

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