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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 is a Care Bubble? UK COVID-19 Rules

By Kyle | 13th July 2021

Many of us have struggled during the Covid pandemic. Find out what a care bubble is and how they can support you.

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How to Support a Parent with Dementia

By Kyle | 6th July 2021

Caring for a parent with dementia can be a challenge. We have gathered some advice to help you support your parent.

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To Downsize or Not to Downsize: Pros and Cons

By Kyle | 1st July 2021

You may be wondering whether downsizing is right choice for you. Our simple article looks at the pros and cons to help you choose.

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Companion Care for the Elderly

By Kyle | 29th June 2021

Loneliness can be a serious problem in later life. Find out how companion care can make it more tolerable, and what services we offer.

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NHS Continuing Healthcare: A Simple Guide

By Kyle | 24th June 2021

If you have complex health needs, you may be eligible for NHS Continuing Healthcare. Read on to find out what it is and how you can apply.

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Multiple Sclerosis Care

By Kyle | 22nd June 2021

More than 130,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. It is a lifelong condition and can be very restrictive. Often someone with multiple sclerosis will require additional support at home. What is Multiple Sclerosis? Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune condition that attacks the nerves of the body. There is currently no […]

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20 Engaging Activities for Elderly People

By Kyle | 17th June 2021

Late in life, it is more important than ever to keep our minds and bodies active. Studies show that brain exercises keep the mind healthy. As such, we want to find engaging activities that hold our attention. It is even better if we have something to show for our efforts. Activities can also be a […]

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Care Home Fees: A Simple Guide

By Kyle | 15th June 2021

As you get older you may start thinking about moving into a care home. Check out our simple guide on care home fees and how to get support.

Our Prices

Live-in Care

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

From £700 a week

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Domiciliary & Respite Homecare

Regular home visits from a professional carer, helping you stay independent. Bespoke homecare plan tailored to your needs.

From £19 per visit

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For more information on any of our services please call 0800 008 7000