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Living Independently

22nd January 2019

Ensuring our parents can continue to live independently at home as they age is something we all wish for.  To allow your parent to continue with their day to day activities with ease it may be necessary to adapt their home. But if this isn’t practical you may want to consider receiving care in the home or even downsizing.

Adapting your home

Many people like to ‘age in place’, to stay at home and retain as much independence as possible.  To facilitate this, some adaptations may be required to your parent’s home to ensure they are not vulnerable to falls or other mishaps.

Guide to Downsizing your home

We like to think of downsizing as resizing, a decision to move to free up money, space and time.  Follow our guide to a stress-free move.

More help at home

Receiving care in your own home is an increasingly common alternative to moving into a care home.  Not only do you avoid any upheaval and get to stay in familiar surroundings, it can also be a more economical alternative to other care options.

Keeping active

It is well known that exercise in any form at any age can help lower your risk of developing a variety of health conditions, including heart disease and dementia.  It can also help to reduce your risk of falls.

Health & Nutrition

Let’s explore ways to keep in shape.  It’s not all about diet and exercise – here we talk about mastication and meditation.

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