elderly care

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Getting older often goes hand in hand with finding it more difficult to move about and perform day to day tasks. A live in carer can provide a degree of support in daily living, and the provision of various mobility aids can assist, allowing the elderly person to retain a greater degree of independence. You can find out more at the Live-in Care Hub about...
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It is often a worry question – will the family home need to be sold to fund care? If what is meant by “care” is “moving into a residential care home” then often the answer will be “yes, because it is too expensive”. A study by the Live-in Care hub found only 27% of the population has considered how to finance care, and many of the rest...
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Sleep problems can plague us all, but for the elderly it can increase the severity of dementia symptoms, promote obesity and make them more prone to picking up illnesses. It can also be difficult to care for an elderly person who is having trouble sleeping, as you yourself need your sleep. According to Live-in Care Hub there are plenty of small changes...
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Are you unsure what having a live in carer actually means? According to the Live in Care Hub you’re not alone so we asked them what their seven most frequently asked questions are and answered them for you.
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If you have been caring for an elderly relative you will sooner or later realise that you need to seek professional assistance. Perhaps you have been caring for them full-time and need a break to be able to recharge your batteries, or perhaps their needs have changed and you are now struggling to meet them without the benefit of specialist training. According...
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As we age we tend to slow down and get less mobile. Usually it happens slowly, but for some unlucky people they find themselves suddenly robbed of their mobility by a fall or a stroke. Remaining mobile is of paramount importance in old age. Although a degree of slowing down is normal maintaining mobility can help improve the prognosis for a whole raft...
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According to live-in care hub an elderly relative or loved on is confined to bed for long periods of time, whether this is because of mobility issues or illness, it is important to make sure that they do not experience a downward swing in their mood. Sitting doing nothing, or even doing the same things day in day out can be depressing and a lack of social...
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Find out about the amazing benefits and excellent potential wage of a carer so you can decide whether or not a career in compassion is right for you. Statistics from the last few years have shown that roughly 20% of the population is over the age of 65. It is even thought that in some areas of the UK, 1 in 3 people are aged over 65. As the UK population...
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senior live-in care for a healthy later life
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In the UK we are an ageing population. Statistics show that by 2039 the UK population will have reached 74 million by 2039. Currently 18% of people are aged over 65 but it is thought that 25% of the entire UK population will be aged 65 and over within the next 20 years. Part of the reason for us all growing older is an improvement in healthcare over...
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elderly care for seniors
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It is important to research care homes carefully, as well as other care options like care at home and assisted living. Speak to your doctor about a care assessment and speak to your friends and family. The more you know, the more informed your decision will be. You can have a happy, healthy and independent later life with the right choice of care for your...
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