A new app that aims to detect illness in elderly people earlier is being trialled in a number of care homes around the UK. Carehome.co.uk reported on the pilot study, which is hoping to reduce the number of hospital admissions of elderly people by picking up on illnesses early and helping them get treatment before …
There are many reasons to take good care of your heart as you get older. But now there might be another one to add to the list – a lower risk of developing dementia.
New research has revealed that more older people than ever here in the UK are missing out on the essential care and support they need, rising by 19 per cent to reach almost one in seven in just two years.
If you’re involved in Reading home care, working to help look after elderly people and ensure they can stay in their own homes for longer, you might find the new My Inhealthcare app really beneficial for doing your job even more effectively than you do now.
While the hot and sunny weather that much of the UK has been experiencing over recent weeks is welcomed by some, others are finding it more of a challenge.
As you’re no doubt all aware, we’ve been enjoying a serious heatwave this summer – but as lovely as it is to see the sun for a change, it’s important to know how to cope in serious heat, particularly if you’re above a certain age.