Care Services based in Norwich & Norfolk, UK

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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Homecare for a Cancer Patient – Care Tips

By Francesca | 19th May 2022

Caring for someone with cancer can be a challenging time. Find out how you can support your loved ones while providing cancer care.

Homecare for People with Cerebral Palsy

By Helena | 17th May 2022

Homecare for People with Cerebral Palsy Cerebral palsy is a neurological condition that develops before, during, or soon after birth. It is non-progressive, which means that symptoms may never worsen. However, the condition often puts significant strain on the body, which can lead to issues such as joint pain and mobility issues later in life. […]

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Motor Neurone Disease (MND) – Care at Home

By Helena | 10th May 2022

People with Motor Neurone Disease can be cared for at home. Abing Homecare offers live-in care and domiciliary care; find out how we can help.

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The Benefits of In-Home Respite Care

By Francesca | 4th May 2022

When your carer needs a break, respite care is the perfect solution. Find out more about the benefits of in-home respite care today.

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Signs of Dehydration in Elderly Loved Ones

By Francesca | 27th April 2022

With the weather getting warmer, there is a greater risk of dehydration. Find out about the signs of dehydration in your elderly loved ones.

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Caring for Your Elderly Parents: The Ultimate Checklist

By Francesca | 26th April 2022

This in-depth guide is full of practical tips and advice about caring for your elderly parents. Start planning your parents' care today.

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Your Needs Assessment Explained

By Helena | 19th April 2022

If you want to arrange homecare for yourself or a loved one, a Needs Assessment is the first step. Here's how it works.

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What Do Domiciliary Care Workers Do?

By Francesca | 12th April 2022

Domiciliary care is when a carer visits you at home. But what do domiciliary care workers do? Find out how homecare can help you today.

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Live-in Care

Full-time 24-hour care in the comfort of your own home. Maximum reassurance for you and your loved ones.

From £1225 a week

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