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Welcome to our range of free helpful guides and tools, designed to help make life better and simpler. We can help you

  • understand and support loved ones living with dementia
  • claim NHS Continuing Healthcare funding
  • ensure people with hearing loss can make the most of life and family
  • help older people avoid loneliness

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Our guide to NHS Continuing Healthcare funding

It’s not well known, but the NHS provides full funding for continuing healthcare for those with the right level of needs. Here’s how to apply

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Our Dementia guide

A look at the legal, financial and emotional aspects of supporting someone living with dementia.

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Our hearing loss guide

With 70% of over 70-year-olds having some form of hearing loss do you ever worry that your parents can’t hear as well as they used to?

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Our loneliness guide

There is so much in the press about this nation’s elderly being lonely. Do you ever worry that your parents could be lonely even though they have you?

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In Case of Emergency Card

A credit sized ICE card for your parent providing all the necessary information to help medical staff care for them correctly in the event of an emergency.

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Finances spreadsheet

If you’ve a parent who’s trying to manage their finances for the first time alone, or is just finding it all a little muddling, this simple spreadsheet can help. You fill in the details about what bills need to be paid when, and they can keep it as a paper or electronic document to ensure they never miss a payment.


Strength training

Maintain muscle mass in later years with these simple weight training exercises to help with strength and balance