ABOUT US

Prestige Nursing & Care is a long-established, forward-thinking provider of community homecare that supports independent living across England and Scotland. Prestige was originally a family-run business with a commitment to providing care dating back to 1945.

We are a long-established, forward-thinking provider of community homecare that supports independent living across England and Scotland. Prestige was originally a family-run business with a commitment to providing care dating back to 1945. We deliver high-quality, personalised private homecare services through over 30 branches in England and Scotland, supported by a Head Office team based in Epsom, Surrey. We provide over 30,000 hours of care and support a week to over 2,000 clients and their families through our local teams of highly qualified and vetted registered nurses, healthcare workers, and Care Co-Ordinator’s. Our home care services range from companionship visits to 24-hour live-in home nursing care across every age group, ability, and health condition. In our last client survey in March 2022, over 90% of respondents agreed that not only, would they recommend us to a friend, but that our service has also made a positive difference to their life. We are a CQC and Care Inspectorate regulated company and hold ISO2001:2009 certification for quality.

Food allergies: detection and management for seniors

Posted 29/06/2017

Food allergies: detection and management for seniors

What Are Food Allergies? In theory, it can be easy to confuse food intolerance for a food allergy. The former primarily involves the digestive system and its inability to properly break down certain foods. Food intolerance can cause everything fromRead More
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Skin cancer in seniors: development, identification and risk reduction

Posted 22/06/2017

Skin cancer in seniors: development, identification and risk reduction

On the Surface and On the Rise Skin cancer is consistently reported to be the most common form of cancer in the United States, affecting more than one million people every year – many of whom are 65 years ofRead More
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Low impact exercises for seniors

Posted 15/06/2017

Low impact exercises for seniors

The Importance of Staying Active Staying physically active is important at every stage of our lives, but as we grow older, it becomes especially vital. Engaging in the recommended daily amount of moderate activity (at least 30 minutes) has numerousRead More
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5 quick and healthy meals for elderly people

Posted 25/05/2017

5 quick and healthy meals for elderly people

Elderly people need to be careful about what they eat to stay in good health. However, preparing healthy and tasty meals is often a challenge. If you care for an elderly relative or friend, you might be looking for someRead More
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The future of self-funded care

Posted 19/05/2017

The future of self-funded care

With the general election fast approaching and the launch of party manifestos, we have seen a renewed interest in social care and the ongoing debate on its funding. First came Labour, who revealed that it would introduce a ‘National CareRead More
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What are the most common routes into a caring career

Posted 18/05/2017

What are the most common routes into a caring career

Care work can be a very rewarding career. While it is sometimes challenging, it is popular because no two days are the same, and you also know that you’re doing something worthwhile and having a positive impact on people’s lives.Read More
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Elderly malnutrition

Posted 11/05/2017

Elderly malnutrition

Elderly Malnutrition; Spot the Signs of Malnutrition in your Elderly Relative As we age, our bodies need fewer calories yet require more protein, calcium, B vitamins, and other nutrients to stay healthy. While malnutrition is generally caused by a lackRead More
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Common concerns for an elderly relative

Posted 10/05/2017

Common concerns for an elderly relative

What are the Common Concerns for Those Caring for an Elderly Relative? The UK population is ageing. According to the Office of National Statistics, the number of people aged 75 and over has risen by 89% since 1974. Health servicesRead More
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5 early signs of dementia checklist

Posted 09/05/2017

5 early signs of dementia checklist

One in three people in the UK will develop dementia, 66% of them women. If the symptoms of dementia are detected in the early stages, people can develop strategies and access help and support to ensure they continue to enjoyRead More
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Irritable Bowel Syndrome in the elderly

Posted 04/05/2017

Irritable Bowel Syndrome in the elderly

Irritable bowel syndrome, often abbreviated as IBS, is a common disorder that causes everything from chronic abdominal pain and bloating to diarrhoea and constipation. IBS is considered a functional digestive disorder, which means that symptoms are often brought on byRead More
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