Nutrition for elderly – how to maintain healthy diet when you’re older?

Bowel-related issues would put a damper on anyone's day. Unfortunately people who are over 60 years old have to face this issue quite frequently. What foods should elderly avoid? How to maintain healthy diet when you’re older? Read on and find out!
home care for elderly in their own homes

Home care for elderly in their own homes – how to age peacefully?

Elders usually have a hard time admitting they require some help. Getting older comes with a lot of changes, taking care of yourself can become more and more difficult. When you notice that your parents need some support it is worth to consider 24 hour care at home for elderly.
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Coronavirus. Deaths at care homes in the UK. Why live in care is the safest option?

Elderly remaining in care homes are at very high risk of dying due to coronavirus infection. Nowadays live in care is regarded as the safest care option for seniors over 65 years old.
Protecting seniors

How to shield and protect elderly from COVID-19?

Recently NHS published extensive guidelines for those who are at very high risk of severe illness from coronavirus. Find out, if your elderly loved one is amongst the "vulnerable" group.
Older parents in UK

Why we should appreciate older parents?

It is scientifically proven that grandparents have beneficial impact not only on grandchildren, but on a whole household. Read on to find out why your gratefulness for older parent should go way beyond just being thankful for bringing you up.
Elderly parent

5 ways to help your elderly parents

There will come a time, when you will need to help your ageing parent. However being a carer is not an easy job. Find out how to deal and care for elderly parents.
Social Care in UK

New Government must fix social care as per PM Boris Johnson promises

Prime Ministers Boris Johnson most notable announcement was that he would tackle the social care crisis. Now the Government has to deliver on the PM’s promises. Unfortunately this has proved more difficult than anticipated.
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Letter to MP Caroline Dinenage – Minister of State at the Department of Health and Social Care

At Veritas Care we are very concerned with the current issues that are affecting the social care sector in the UK. Therefore, we have written a letter to MP Caroline Dinenage - a Minister of State at the Department of Health and Social Care.
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Care options for elderly parents

Getting old is inevitable. Helping our parents to get old gracefully and peacefully is our obligation. But what if our parents live alone and feel lonely? Help them to feel there is always somebody there for them and they can count on you. If needed, help to organise a professional carer to look after them.
Live-in care

24 hour care at home for elderly

If you are considering the best care option for your elderly loved one, live-in care could be a good alternative. This type of care is personalised care. The elderly person is not forced to change their familiar surroundings, they can maintain their independence.