Feet and the way people walk change as they get older. Some find their balance and mobility are impaired. So is there advice for everyone to help them stay comfortable and stable (as well as looking good!) in later life? We posed some questions we hear regularly to footwear retailer Brantano for their expert advice. […]Read more
Sharing ideas to help you help your ageing family and friends make the most of their later years. Find useful advice and share experiences to maintain a great quality of life while facing up to the challenges of eldercare.
Whether you’re already working to help your parents, or want to be prepared now for when that day comes, this is the website for you.
We often see stories in the media about older people being discharged from hospital without enough care to support them at home. Aleisha White, an independent social worker and founder of The Care Advice Service, explains what services should be available and how you can make sure they are in place. Why patients are discharged […]Read more
Blindness is something that affects the whole family. When a loved one loses their sight the effects can be devastating for everyone involved, making the need for specialist support to help everyone overcome the challenges faced absolutely vital. Currently in the UK, 1.8 million people are living with sight loss in the UK, and 1.4 […]Read more
Adam Sibley has written an acclaimed book about his experiences of caring for a mother with early onset dementia. In this article he offers advice from someone who has been there to help those who are there now. I cared for my mum for nearly four years after she was diagnosed with early onset dementia […]Read more
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