Dementia-friendly barber: 'They have a big smile when they leave as they feel good about themselves again'
“There is such a need for dementia-friendly barbers, says Lenny White, who has been making men with dementia feel good about themselves again.
A practical guide to creating a 'dementia-friendly' home
With more than two million people expected to be living with dementia by 2050, a leading home care provider has created a new interactive guide on ‘how to make a dementia friendly home’.
PM's 'dementia tax' ditched like the Queen's crown
As the Queen’s Speech announced the Government’s plans, there was no mention of the Conservative’s election pledge of a dementia tax or a social care cap.
Nurses want more hospitals to use animal therapy
Hospitals are to be given guidance on when they can safely allow animals into hospitals, in a move to encourage more healthcare settings to use animal therapy and also enable patients to see their pets.
Prisons becoming care homes with bars as number of older prisoners triple
The number of older prisoners has tripled in the past 15 years, with 14,000 prisoners over 50 predicted by June 2020, according to a new report by the Prisons and Probation Ombudsman.
Latest News from Network Care at Home:
Network Healthcare awarded ISO 9001Date Posted: 20/01/2017
Our Swindon office is ranked Good in CQC inpectionDate Posted: 23/12/2016
Christmas cheer as care service is ranked Good in inspection
New office premises for Network Healthcare BirminghamDate Posted: 23/12/2016
Our Birmingham office has moved to Hagley Court
Christmas cheer as care service is ranked Good in inspectionDate Posted: 23/12/2016
Swindon branch received Good in CQC inspection
Network Health & Social Care wins GCPA "Carer of the Year Awards" 2016Date Posted: 23/12/2016