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Understanding the options in elder care

... Understanding the options in elder care ELDERCARE, CARE HOME, HOME CARE, NURSING CARE As family members or friends get older, ... may need more support than you're able to provide. Making the decision to get help can be an emotional time, so it's important ...

Care fees funding and deprivation of assets: the rules

... , finance, assets, social care Member of Solicitors for the Elderly and Associate with Clarke Willmott LLP Heledd Wyn shares how to protect ... Care fees funding and deprivation of assets: the rules care fees, money, finance, assets, social care Member of Solicitors ...

Whose house is it anyway? A question of home ownership

... tax and care planning. Local councils have employed inspectors to investigate elderly who sign their homes over to their children. These inspectors have ... ? A question of home ownership money, finance, assets, care fees, property, power of attorney The When They Get Older ...

Tips for choosing a care home

... and dad and offers advice on choosing the right place for your elderly parent. As my dad's Alzheimer's worsened he went into a care ... Tips for choosing a care home alzheimer's, eldercare, end-of-life, trust, power of attorney Sarah Guthrie, the daughter of Wing ...

Who are occupational therapists and how can they help our family?

... therapists and how can they help our family? OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, ELDER CARE, DEMENTIA, CARE, HOMES, SOCIAL, CARE Many ... us meet occupational therapists for the first time when we have an older relative preparing to leave hospital. It's not a job title that ...

What to do if you suspect abuse in your parent's care home

... your parent's care home. What is considered abuse? Action on Elder Abuse (AEA) defines abuse as a "single or repeated ... What to do if you suspect abuse in your parent's care home eldercare, communication, trust, social care When we see images ...

Does my aunt need to be in a care home or not?

... HOME, MEMORY, COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT, SOCIAL CARE Dear Lesley My elderly aunt is currently living in a care home. She moved there ... Does my aunt need to be in a care home or not? CARE HOME, MEMORY, COGNITIVE IMPAIRMENT, SOCIAL CARE Dear ...

Dignity in dying and care for the living

... . "We all have to be advocates for the frail and elderly. Dignity is such a fundamental right and delivering that dignity should ... Dignity in dying and care for the living ELDERCARE, INDEPENDENCE, END OF LIFE, DIGNITY Campaigner Amanda Waring explains why approaches to ...

The Care Act 2014 - what does it mean for you?

... The Care Act 2014- what does it mean for you? SOCIAL CARE, CARE HOME, CARE COSTS, CARE ACT The first phase of the Care Act has now come into force with more to follow next spring. Holly Chantler, Senior Associate Solicitor at ...

How can I coordinate my parent's care?

... with a dedicated telephone line for treatment advice coordinate the care for elderly patients discharged from A&E regularly review emergency admissions from care ... How can I coordinate my parent's care? eldercare, nhs, communication, health care, As our parents get older their health ...