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What exactly is a home help service?

Home help services are specifically designed to enable you to stay in your own home and to remain as independent as possible. This type of care is sometimes referred to as domiciliary care. Many peopl...

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The importance of communication and support in end of life care in your own home

The little things in life really do make all the difference and this becomes even more apparent with end of life care. We tend to focus on the practical aspect of palliative care and in particular rel...

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How nursing care services in Lancashire help with daily life

Live-in home help services are the beating heart of continuous, round-the-clock nursing care. That means more than simply supporting practical requirements like assisting with medication, carrying out...

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4 challenges in the home for an individual with dementia

Dementia affects an individual on many different levels, including emotional and physical difficulties. It can be a challenge to remember things and the person may have less body strength. The individ...

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What to look for in a care at home provider in Preston

If you have a family member that wishes to remain in their own home but needs some help to do so safely, a care at home provider is a superb choice. Those who have already started to look around at di...

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Benefits of dementia care at home in Preston

Caring for someone with dementia can be challenging; you only want the best treatment for them but you may not be able to achieve this on your own. Your loved one might get distressed at the thought o...

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What to expect from live-in care in Lancashire

If you love living in Lancashire as much as we do, you’ll know that it’s the best place in the world to call home. From Accrington to Whitworth, we love serving the people of our county, and providing...

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The benefits of respite care at home

One of the biggest concerns for carers who care for their own relatives is organising care when they have a dental or hairdressing appointment, or if they need to take a short break. A respite home ca...

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Five reasons you’ll love care at home in Preston

When Dorothy said “there’s no place like home” in The Wizard of Oz, she wasn’t wrong. Some of our happiest moments are spent at our homes in the Preston area, with our friends and family around us, in...

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Helping Your Older Loved One Get A Better Sleep At Night

Older people have more trouble sleeping through the night, they tend to find it more difficult falling asleep and staying asleep. That can mean a restless night for you too! As their carer you will wa...