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Abing Homecare Help Hub

The Abing Homecare Help Hub is full of useful information about our services, including advice to help you find the right carer for your needs. We’ve also got useful information for carers, including benefits advice and engaging activities to try at home.

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What Causes a Stroke?

By Kyle | 2nd September 2021

With age comes a greater risk of various health issues. Amongst these is a greater chance of experiencing a stroke. Of course, health issues rarely develop without cause, and strokes are no exception. Furthermore, strokes also tend to cause other health conditions such as dementia or partial paralysis. But what causes a stroke? We are […]

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Elderly Visiting Services – Companionship for Elderly People

By Kyle | 1st September 2021

Loneliness is one of the biggest problems faced by elderly people. Read on to find out how elderly visiting services can help.

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My Elderly Parent Refuses to Go to the Doctor

By Kyle | 26th August 2021

Sometimes your elderly parent refuses to go to the doctor. We take a look at some of the reasons why and how you may be able to address them.

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Home Helpers – Support for Elderly and Disabled People

By Kyle | 24th August 2021

Home helpers can help you keep your house clean and clutter free. Find out about our homecare services and what else we can offer.

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Care in the Home: Services for the Elderly and Disabled

By Kyle | 19th August 2021

There are a number of services available that provide care in the home. Here are some that are available to elderly people in the UK.

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What is an MAR Chart?

By Kyle | 17th August 2021

MAR charts help carers to administer your loved one's medication at the right times. Read on to find out more about what an MAR chart is.

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The Elderly Mobility Scale

By Kyle | 12th August 2021

When determining what level of care is required, elderly individuals may be assessed using the Elderly Mobility Scale. But what is it?

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Helping the Elderly: Five Ways to Support Elderly Relatives

By Kyle | 10th August 2021

In later life, our loved ones often need some extra support. Here we look at five ways of helping the elderly relatives in your life.

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