How Long Does Palliative Care Last?

Posted 17/11/2023

How Long Does Palliative Care Last?

Palliative care is a holistic approach to care focused on keeping people as safe and comfortable as possible throughout their illness. Palliative care can last for a few days or many years – there is no set amount of timeRead More
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What is Complex Case Management? (UK Case Management)

Posted 02/11/2023

What is Complex Case Management? (UK Case Management)

Case management is a coordinated approach to delivering care that focuses on coordinating and managing care for individuals with complex medical conditions, disabilities, or multiple healthcare needs. It is a collaborative and person-centred process that involves the active participation ofRead More
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What Is Respite Care For Children?

Posted 02/11/2023

What Is Respite Care For Children?

Respite care for children is a home care service that provides temporary support to parents or caregivers who care for a child with special needs or a medical condition. It offers parents a much-needed break from their caregiving duties whileRead More
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Private Care for Young Adults

Posted 02/11/2023

Private Care for Young Adults

Every young adult deserves the opportunity to live with choice and independence. We can support young adults with mobility issues, physical disabilities, mental health conditions or long-term illnesses with highly personalised, one-to-one support directly in their own homes. 
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Benefits and Entitlements for the Elderly

Posted 22/09/2023

Benefits and Entitlements for the Elderly

Many people are unaware of all the helpful benefits and entitlements available to older adults and people with disabilities in the UK. In fact, billions of pounds of benefits go uncollected each year. Many of these benefits and entitlements couldRead More
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How to Keep The Elderly Safe at Home

Posted 20/09/2023

How to Keep The Elderly Safe at Home

Many older adults prefer to live independently in their own homes, but this often leaves them at an increased risk of dangerous falls and accidents. Slips and falls are one of the leading causes of injury for elderly people. InRead More
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What is Clinical Care?

Posted 20/09/2023

What is Clinical Care?

Clinical care is a form of one-to-one nursing care designed to support people living with clinical conditions or physical disabilities. People living with health conditions like Multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, cancer or stroke, often need specialist support to effectively manage theirRead More
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What are the Different Types of Dementia?

Posted 23/08/2023

What are the Different Types of Dementia?

Dementia is not a disease, it is an umbrella term used to describe a group of neurological conditions that affect the brain. There are over 200 different types of dementia, but the most prevalent in the UK are Alzheimer’s, vascularRead More
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How to Arrange Care for Elderly Parents

Posted 23/08/2023

How to Arrange Care for Elderly Parents

We know that arranging care for elderly parents can be a stressful and challenging time for many families. For over 75 years, Prestige Nursing & Care has helped families up and down the country to find a comfortable and safeRead More
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How to Deal with Challenging Behaviour

Posted 17/08/2023

How to Deal with Challenging Behaviour

There are many possible causes for a sudden change in behaviour in your loved ones. Dementia, which affects almost 1 million people in the UK, often causes behavioural changes but there are other physical, mental and personal causes. Sometimes, aRead More
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