New Year: Finding the right care for your loved one

Finding the right care for your loved one

The celebration boxes are empty, there’s not a mince pie in sight and your extended family have gone home. Caring for a loved one can be challenging and now the festive season is over you can feel alo...


Caring Hands Client Questionnaire Results: 2018

Your opinion matters to us (1)

At Caring Hands we pride ourselves on our abilities to provide person-centred care and make sure we listen to our client’s wishes. We strive to be the best in our field and we can only do this by work...


Caring Hands new ‘Weekly Outings’ initiative coming soon

Loneliness Dementia Social Interaction

This week Caring Hands announced they will be introducing a new ‘Weekly Outings’ initiative for older people and will be working hard in 2019 to tackle loneliness within their local commun...


Looking for Signs of Dementia and Depression in Loved Ones Over Christmas

Looking for signs of dementia and depression in loved ones over Christmas

Between the children opening presents, mince pies and TV specials, we should also be watching out for signs of depression and dementia in loved ones this Christmas, the NHS has advised. Throughout the...


5 Tips for Keeping Older Adults Safe During The Winter Weather

5 tips for Keeping Older Adults Safe During The Winter Weather, at Caring Hands we can help you care for a loved one

Forecasters have released a series of weather warnings for snow, ice and freezing rain across parts of the UK and we want to make sure we keep our local communities safe. The bitter cold weather that ...


Coping With Dementia At Christmas Time: A Brief Guide For Carers And Families

Christmas tree and Christmas decorations to set theme of Christmas. Guide to coping with Dementia at Christmas: For carers and families

Christmas can be a stressful time for someone living with Dementia.