We often see stories in the media about older people being discharged from hospital without enough care to support them at home. Aleisha White, an independent social worker and founder of The Care Advice Service, explains what services should be available and how you can make sure they are in place.
When a parent reaches end of life or has a terminal illness it can be difficult to care for them full-time at home. A hospice can provide the care and peace to make for a good end in a hospice itself or at home. It’s not just about the last few days though.
When it comes to eldercare there’s so much information out there, with so many forms to fill in that it can be hard to find what you’re looking for to help your parent. We share how to arrange a community care assessment, what the process involves and how it can benefit your parent
Are you starting to wonder when that appointment for the NHS audiologist is ever going to come through for your parent? Are you puzzled that they have a hearing aid but don’t seem to be tuning in that much better?