Mental Health Awareness Week 2022

The theme of this Mental Health Awareness Week is loneliness, and across this week we are aiming to build meaningful relationships across Compassionate Care. Loneliness affects many of us at one time or another, and it can result in poor mental wellbeing. In fact, it is reported that 45% of adults feel occasionally, sometimes or…

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Home care support with osteoporosis

For people over the age of 60, osteoporosis is a common condition that weakens the bones. Persistent pain and potential fractures associated with this condition can significantly limit mobility and affect a person’s overall quality of life. Fortunately, home care can support those living with osteoporosis and empower their independence by providing additional help in…

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How can respite care help?

How can respite care help? Everybody needs a break now and again – including carers. That’s why respite care is so important. We believe in providing care at the same standard as we would for our own family members, which is why the care we provide our clients, even if it’s just on a temporary…

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How respite care can help

Caring for an elderly or ill family member can be a demanding job. To prevent burnout and to avoid delivering reduced quality of care, it’s important that primary caregivers take the time to rest and recharge their batteries. That’s where respite care comes in. If you or your loved one are considering respite care in…

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Home Care in Manchester

Home Care in Manchester If you require an extra pair of hands around the house or need help with personal care routines, home care can provide the personalised support you need. More and more people are turning towards home care as an alternative to a residential care home as it allows them to stay safe…

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Pet-friendly home care

Pet-friendly home care There are so many benefits to having a pet. For ageing adults who may live alone, having a pet companion is a great way to combat loneliness, provide comfort and even reduce symptoms of depression. In this blog post, we explore the emotional and physical benefits of having a pet and describe…

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Training to become a carer

Training to become a carer If you’re interested in care jobs in Manchester or the surrounding area, then this blog post is for you. While you don’t necessarily need any specific training, background or work experience to succeed as a carer, there are some characteristics all carers share.   If you are interested in a career…

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How does supported living work?

How does supported living work? Could your family benefit from supported living in Manchester? Designed to empower those with learning disabilities or mental health conditions to live independent lives, it makes a great alternative to living in a care home or receiving full-time care from a family member. Read on to learn more about the…

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Home care helps people living with dementia

Home care helps people living with dementia Dementia is a condition that causes abnormal changes in the brain. This can lead to cognitive impairment, memory loss and problems communicating or performing everyday tasks. While people living with dementia often prefer to remain in the familiarity and comfort of their own home, dementia can make it…

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What does dementia care involve?

What does dementia care involve?

What does dementia care involve? Navigating the dementia journey is difficult for everyone involved. ‘Dementia’ is the umbrella term used to describe a number of diseases which affect the brain and can result in cognitive impairment, loss of memory, problems with communication and difficulty performing everyday activities. Dementia poses many challenges, not only for the…

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