COVID-19

After 16 months of remote office working, we are delighted to reopen our branches and offices and we are excited to be able to safely welcome people back to our offices and branches once again.

We will continue to ensure that our premises are a clean, safe space for all staff and visitors. To ensure this, mandatory lateral flow tests will be taken by all office staff weekly and sanitisation points will be made available. Masks can be worn in public and shared areas if it is a personal choice to do so and there will be a weekly office clean as normal.

Andrew Needham
Business Director

Food safety for the elderly: What you need to know

Food safety for the elderly: What you need to know

Correct food preparation is important for people of any age, but it is even more important for elderly people. Food poisoning can…

The hidden cost of dementia care

The hidden cost of dementia care

A new report from Alzheimer’s Research UK illustrates how the condition has a huge impact on not only…

Mobility Issues in the Elderly: Warning Signs & Steps to Take

Mobility Issues in the Elderly: Warning Signs & Steps to Take

As people get older, you may find that their mobility begins to suffer. This is very common, and in most cases it is simply one of the…

Simple Home Exercises for The Elderly

Simple Home Exercises for The Elderly

Your elderly relative may have difficulty getting out and about to exercise, but this does not mean they cannot exercise…

A Day in the Life of a Care Worker

A Day in the Life of a Care Worker

At Comfort Keepers, our care workers have a range of different roles. Some of our care workers provide 24-hour care, whereas…