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Stages of Care
Do you speak care?
Do your elderly parents need help?
Checklist to see if elderly parents are coping
Preparing to care
Preventing falls and accidents at home
Parents moving in with you
Local authority needs assessment
Are they still coping?
Independent Living Advice
Elderly Care at home
NHS local services
Hiring a carer
Employing a care agency
Retirement communities and assisted living
Complaints and abuse
Residential Elderly Care
Choosing a care home
Making life better in a care home
How to spot and act on abuse
Medical Emergency - TOP things to do first
Getting the best care in hospital
What happens when it's time to be discharged
End of Life Planning & Care
Driving in Old Age
Renewing Driving License
What's my Password?
Avoiding family conflict
Having difficult conversations
When an elderly person refuses help
Help for carers
Holidays and Fun
Top tips to Great Holiday planning
Holidays with Care for the Elderly
Making life easier
Personal Alarms for the Elderly
Dementia Friendly Products
Telecare: Lifesaver or Intrusion?
British Red Cross
Home to Home
Live-in Care Agencies
Royal Voluntary Service
Silver Travel Advisor
Simple and Easy Meals
Death and Grief
What to do when a loved one dies
Good Funeral Guide
Nutrition for Elderly People
Healthy Drinks for Older People
Keeping healthy in old age
Keeping elderly parents active
Elderly People Joining a Gym
Elderly Ailments and diseases
Eyesight tips for the elderly
Hearing loss in the elderly
Keeping Elderly Parents Warm
Early Signs of Dementia
Different types of Dementia
Treatments used for Dementia
Dementia Care Options
Looking after someone with Dementia
Protecting Parent's Legal and Financial Situation
Tips to Help Someone with Dementia to Eat More
Funding Later Life
Do you Speak Finance?
Needs and Financial Assessment
Care Home Fees
Attendance Allowance Eligability
Local Authority Funding
NHS Funded Care
Self Funded Care
Deferred Payment Agreeements
Do you Speak Legal?
The importance of an Advance Directive
Power of Attorney
What’s it like, being a live-in carer?
What is live-in homecare – and why is it a real alternative to residential care?
Holiday blues: how to have a guilt-free holiday?
The Dictaphone: how old technology gave my father back his voice
Cruising with a wheelchair: top tips to stay safe and have fun
When neighbours become good friends…
Our steep learning curve to live-in care
A prescription for understanding: why I accompany my mother to the GP
What’s live-in homecare like for your parent?
Do not pass go – ageing parents and driving :(
A death that’s not a death: living with Alzheimer’s
Dad’s discharge from hospital – what help can we get?
Age of wisdom: one 85 year old is taking charge of her own future
The alternative bucket list: 5 Important things you must do when you turn 50
The Last Post: a letter about my father’s funeral plans
The sandwich generation unwrapped: juggling children and elderly parents and the rest
How to claim Attendance Allowance – tips to unlocking a well kept secret
Dementia’s dirty secret #1: when carers lock up their loved ones
The oldest gym bunny in Eastbourne: one man’s fight for fitness over frailty
Having optimistic conversations with your parents
How not to downsize
The minefield of negotiating NHS Continuing Care
Why David Baddiel is helping to change the conversation about Dementia
The shock of an Alzheimer’s diagnosis: Tommy’s Story
How do you know you’re a carer?
Lost and found: the Herbert Protocol for when someone goes missing
Carry on in the kitchen
7 critical steps I took to deal with my dads death (and how it helped me)
Taking a break – why respite care is important for carers
Operation Sunset Hill – The Ultimate Planning Guide For Elderly Parents.
A pee in the night and UTIs
A Tiny Stumble, A Life Upended
Contemplating old age – what it means for all of us
Helen Burgess joins the team as Regional Manager for Age Space East
Long distance caring: how to make it work
Handling money under a Power of Attorney
Talking about death
How best to take care of the carer
Phone a friend – or a foe?
Who do you think you are?
Grief Works – talking about the last taboo with Julia Samuel
Checklist to help care for elderly relatives with dementia
Lessons in surviving the acute care stroke unit
Hidden trip hazards: waking up to the dangers of falling at home
You are never more alone than when your parents need you!
Hiring a carer, long distance
Arranging the funeral Dad would have loved
Being there for joined-up care
Food for thought: generation sandwich
How becoming social overcame loneliness
Can you care too much?
Something to watch over them
From IT to cups of tea: a charity bridges the generation gap in care homes
Telephone reminder service: it’s for you….
Recognising the signs of dementia
Volunteering for Age UK Norwich – just give it a go
Good hydrations. 6 fantastic ways for healthy drinking
Fit for life – useful tips for keeping older people fitter
6 tips to prepare for another winter
Care assessments long distance
Avoiding the holiday from hell
Best Blogs On Elderly Care You Should Be Reading in 2017
Breaking down the language barriers
Funerals? Being prepared and paying up front
Older People Fraud – The Cost of Confusion
Safe and secure – what a care home must deliver
What’s on the menu? No more dining in the dark
WE ARE FAMILY – Planning your parents care together!
New research – how we can reduce Mum and Dad’s chances of developing Dementia
No need to be at sea with elderly care
Nutrition for the elderly… supporting bone health
10 things about moving in with you
Dementia – the Disability Debate
Me and Marie Curie
Safekeeping or Deprivation of Liberty?
Benefits of exercise in later life – on your marks get set go!
Will you make a will?
The Curtain Goes Up On Dementia Friendly Theatre Norwich
Telecare: Intrusive remote control or a lifesaver?
Cash in the attic…. releasing equity in the family home
Joining the dots on dementia research – how fish oils, a healthy heart and a Sea Hero Quest can all help
Elderly scams: a national scandal and a very personal issue
Why I was right to make a documentary about grandad’s dementia
Driving in old age in Dorset – the problems and some solutions
Moving with Mum
Till death (or the system) do us part
Few Budget shocks or surprises for those in later life
Top tips for taking your Mum for an eye test
Guide to coping with the heat
Getting out and about in Dorset
The moving question
Norfolk Library Service reaching out to Older People
Care at home in crisis
Stages of Care
Finance & Legal
Age Space Shop
Free Dementia Guide
Free Elderly Care Guide