Benefits of Home Gyms for Individuals Living with Dementia Karoline Gore is a personal trainer who has spent many years helping people to meet their fitness goals which has given her insight into what different people require. Karoline says that ‘Although every town has public gyms, attending a gym costs money and not everyone can […]
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Five Foods That Reduce The Risk of Dementia … by Holly Clarke & Jane Byrne. Jane Byrne has been working in the care industry for over 5 years as a project coordinator at FirstCare. She regularly blogs about both the personal and practical challenges of caring and is always actively working on producing informative content. […]
Cold Weather, Warm Heart: Caring for People Living with Dementia Over Winter By Emma Saunders Cold weather, especially the extreme cold spells that the UK now experiences, is a risk to health. It is particularly detrimental to the elderly and infirm. The cold can lead to pneumonia, hypothermia, flu, falls and injuries, heart attacks and […]
We all know it’s important for everyone to eat healthily, exercise regularly, get fresh air, good sleep and keep in touch with family and friends for an all round sense of wellbeing. In care settings, residential homes, community groups, and dementia cafes and care, we are conscious about helping people stay engaged, maintain everyday skills […]