Managing Dementia-Related Memory Loss with At-Home Care

An old women with dementia and her care worker smiling at her

According to the NHS, one in fourteen Brits over the age of 65 are living with dementia. One of the most common symptoms of the condition is memory loss. Memory loss can affect people in different way...


Home Care Vs Residential Care Homes: The Difference

An elderly woman being taken care of by a carer in a care home

Whether you’re looking for home elderly care services for yourself or a loved one, there are a couple of options to choose from, either having a carer to help with life at home or going into a residential care home. It’s important to carefully consider the differences between the two to ensure you or your loved one is getting the support that is most suitable for them.  

In this article, we’ll explain the similarities and differences between home care and care homes.