In the UK, millions of people provide unpaid care to family members or friends, often at significant personal sacrifice.
Self-care can take many forms, and what works for one person may not work for another.
Mindfulness is the practice of being present and fully engaged in the current moment.
Mrs. Smith is an 85-year-old widow who was diagnosed with dementia two years ago.
According to a report by Carers UK, there are approximately 6.5 million unpaid carers in the UK, who provide care worth £132 billion each year.
The role of unpaid carers is crucial in enabling people to live independently and avoid costly hospital or care home admissions.
Carer peer support refers to the emotional and practical assistance that caregivers receive from others who are in a similar situation. It can take many forms, from online forums and support groups to one-on-one mentoring and counselling.
Recently, there has been promising news regarding a potential treatment for Alzheimer’s disease in the form of Vitamin B3 Niacin.
Join Trish McLean, our Musical Memories Singing Circle Leader, for our Virtual Sunday Singalong session bringing five minutes of musical joy. This week, we are singing 8 Days A Week.
Anticipatory grief is a form of grief that occurs when we know that we will experience a significant loss in the future, such as the loss of a loved one.