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Care software provider Log my Care has announced the launch of its new Care Plan and Assessments tool, designed to revolutionise how care plans are created and managed.

NEW TOOL LAUNCHED TO TACKLE CARE PLANNING CHALLENGES

Care software provider Log my Care has announced the launch of its new Care Plan and Assessments tool, designed to revolutionise how care plans are created and managed. The new tool aims to save...
Dementia patients are ‘traveling the world’ by bicycle with the help of new technology, a video published by AXA and The Sunday Times has shown.

DEMENTIA PATIENTS EXPLORE THE WORLD WITH CYCLE TECHNOLOGY

Elderly people, including those with dementia, are ‘traveling the world’ by bicycle with the help of new technology, a video published by AXA and The Sunday Times has shown. As part of...
Exemplar Music Therapy

EXEMPLAR CARE HOME INTRODUCES NEUROLOGIC MUSIC THERAPY PROGRAMME

Specialist care home Willowbeck has partnered up with a unique music therapy organisation, Chroma, to deliver music therapy workshops for care home residents. The partnership will see the...
Customer Ron Coleman tucking into an ice cream and coffee at Whitstable Harbour (2)

HOME CARE CUSTOMERS TREATED TO SEASIDE TRIP

Home care provider Bluebird Care has treated some of its customers to a trip to the seaside. Bluebird Care Maidstone took a group of customers to the seafront at Whitstable, where they were...
Ability Matters Group, scooter and powered wheelchair dealership, is celebrating after it scooped an award for its customer service at the annual Motability Scheme awards.

ABILITY MATTERS GROUP WINS NATIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE AWARD

Ability Matters Group, scooter and powered wheelchair dealership, is celebrating after it scooped an award for its customer service at the annual Motability Scheme awards. The award for large...
Two miniature Shetland ponies have been spreading their love – and some therapy – after paying a visit to two generations of animal lovers.

MINATURE PONIES USED FOR THERAPY AT CARE HOME

Two miniature Shetland ponies have been spreading their love – and some therapy – after paying a visit to two generations of animal lovers. The ‘theraponies’ visited...
Elderly care home residents have cycled over 14 miles, raising over £450 for an allotment and the Alzheimer’s Society.

ELDERLY PEDAL POWER RAISES OVER £450 FOR ALLOTMENT AND CHARITY

Elderly care home residents have cycled over 14 miles, raising over £450 for an allotment and the Alzheimer’s Society. Specially-adapted bicycles allowed the residents of Waverley...
Workers retiring from occupations which involve high levels of social stimulation may be at greater risk of accelerated cognitive decline in later life.

SOCIABLE WORKPLACES MAY BE LINKED TO GREATER COGNITIVE DECLINE IN LATER LIFE

Workers retiring from occupations which involve high levels of social stimulation may be at greater risk of accelerated cognitive decline in later life, according to research published in Age and...
The CQC is calling for attention to fire safety checks in care homes follwoing the Grenfell Tower Disaster.

CQC CALLS FOR FIRE SAFETY REVIEWS FOLLOWING GRENFELL TOWER DISASTER

Care homes in the South West of England are being warned to expect a letter from the Care Quality Commission (CQC), demanding evidence of attention to fire security, following the Grenfell Tower...
Charity releases short film to raise awareness about unknown brain condition

Charity releases short film to raise awareness about unknown brain condition

CMT United Kingdom has filmed a short video to raise awareness about the world’s most common inherited neurological condition, Charcot-Marie-Tooth. The film highlights symptoms of the...

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