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.

Mobility problems

Posted 27/04/2017

Mobility problems

As individuals age, they often encounter various challenges related to mobility, which refers to their ability to move around freely and independently. These mobility concerns can manifest as difficulty walking steadily, getting in and out of chairs, or even experiencingRead More
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Wandering in the elderly: tips to prevent unwanted elderly wandering

Posted 20/04/2017

Wandering in the elderly: tips to prevent unwanted elderly wandering

Due to growing numbers of seniors, many of whom are afflicted with Alzheimer’s and dementia, wandering is increasing. Even in Discover More
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Maintaining kidney health

Posted 13/04/2017

Maintaining kidney health

Physical well-being is contingent upon the health of all of our organs, and while the areas of focus for seniors may often be the heart and brain, the kidneys are just as important and should demand the same level ofRead More
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Senior nutrition

Posted 06/04/2017

Senior nutrition

As we age, the risk of heart disease can increase due to a condition known as atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis occurs when the arteries begin to narrow from plaque buildup in the arterial walls, disrupting blood flow throughout the body. If bloodRead More
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Alcohol abuse in seniors

Posted 30/03/2017

Alcohol abuse in seniors

Alcoholism in the Elderly; Signs & Effects of Alcohol Abuse in the Elderly It can be common for friends and family members to overlook – or completely miss – an ageing loved one’s abuse of alcohol. For instance, if heRead More
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Colorectal cancer

Posted 16/03/2017

Colorectal cancer

Colorectal cancer – also referred to as colon cancer or rectal cancer – is considered the second-leading cause of cancer-related deaths, for both men and women. The percentage of deaths from colorectal cancer tends to be highest for those withinRead More
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Common ailments in the elderly

Posted 14/02/2017

Common ailments in the elderly

5 Common Ailments that Affect the Elderly & How to Spot the Signs As we get older, the risk of us being affected by certain health conditions increases. If you have an elderly relative or friend who you help toRead More
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5 Things to do with your Elderly Relative

Posted 05/01/2017

5 Things to do with your Elderly Relative

5 Good Things to do for your Elderly Relative The new year is here, and it’s time to start making those resolutions again. But rather than setting yourself unrealistic resolutions that you will have forgotten about in a few months,Read More
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Social media for the elderly

Posted 28/11/2016

Social media for the elderly

Social media has exploded in popularity in recent years, changing how we communicate, explore our hobbies and stay in touch with family and friends. It is often associated with young people, but elderly people can get just as much enjoymentRead More
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Depression in the elderly

Posted 14/11/2016

Depression in the elderly

Depression can sometimes become a problem for elderly people, and it can be caused by loneliness, isolation, lack of mobility and other Discover More
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