Older. Wiser. Better.

Older. Wiser. Better.

Ageing. What’s all the fuss about? Does it deserve all of the negative connotations that it comes with? The rather unfavourable outlook on getting older is somewhat perpetuated by the younger in society.

But instead of getting us down, we should embrace ageing. And in today’s world, there’s a whole array of upsides for the elderly - and we thought we’d refresh our minds as to what they are.

Spotting Whether Someone Is Struggling To Cope With The Everyday

Spotting Whether Someone Is Struggling To Cope With The Everyday

Keeping our homes tidy and maintaining personal hygiene are important aspects of our everyday. If levels of household cleanliness and/or personal hygiene are starting to fall, then some people may be in need of help. Our Personal Care service covers an array of day-to-day tasks that provide options to families. Additionally, clients can tailor their own experience with us so that we can help where it really matters. 

Spotting Whether Someone Is Struggling To Cope With Diet

Spotting Whether Someone Is Struggling To Cope With Diet

Eating properly is key to maintaining physical and mental health. In people’s later life and for people with an illness or a disability, preparing meals and eating healthily can become more of a challenge. We explore some common signs on what to look out for if you’re worried about yourself or a loved one and how our Domestic Support service may help.

Bolder: Making the Most of Our Longer Lives

Bolder: Making the Most of Our Longer Lives

Over the festive period, in between the opening of presents, sitting down to meal times and watching Morecambe & Wise reruns, we’ve been listening to Radio 4’s presentation of Bolder: Making the Most of Our Longer Lives. It’s a fascinating examination of ageing over the ages and across the globe and we’ve been reflecting on the author Carl Honoré’s ideas and what we can learn from them. Read our blog to see what we discovered.