Kingston University professor leads part of landmark study on support for older people with learning disabilities

A palliative care expert from Kingston University and St George’s, University of London is teaming up…

Technology solutions and dementia care: what’s available?

For many years, social care leaders haven’t understood or invested in technological solutions, despite the numerous…

Technology solutions and dementia care – what’s available?

Technology solutions and dementia care: what’s available? For many years, social care leaders haven’t understood or…

7 tips for combatting mental health in the elderly

Over the last few years, the topic of mental health in the UK has been in…

Active Hearing Aid Use Could Protect You Against Dementia

If you are unaware that dementia can be prevented or delayed, you are not alone. It…

Especially important for older men need to stay hydrated

Our ability to regulate body temperature and keep our bodies from becoming dehydrated declines as we…

Dementia care specialist invests in new admissions suite

Harrogate-based Vida Healthcare has launched a Controlled Admissions Suite to enable the protection of new residents and the…

Nitrate supplementation could help breathing and lung clearance in the elderly

New research published today in The Journal of Physiology shows that nitrate improves function in the diaphragm, the muscle involved…

End of lockdown sparks demand for at-home support for the elderly

People are seeking in-house support for elderly or disabled relatives as lockdown eases, according to Taylormaids,…

Industry hails ‘invaluable support’ for new service for people living with dementia

‘A listening ear and invaluable support at the time of greatest need’.  Care home professionals have…