Why is it that unexpected medical problems always happen at the most inconvenient moments: like halfway through Christmas lunch or
The holiday season ― that wonderful time of fun, friendship and family ― is fast approaching. For the elderly loved
As a GP, I have many patients who wear themselves out trying to look after loved ones. Perhaps you are
As loved ones get older or develop dementia, families begin to worry more and more about their wellbeing. Whether an
New technologies may have helped most of us live in a highly connected world – but not everyone is included.
If you have an elderly relative or friend you'll know how difficult it can be to encourage them to keep in regular contact
New research commissioned by Age UK reveals that 450,000 people aged 65 and over are set to face Christmas alone this year
Christmas seems to come round so quickly each year and even though you anticipate it and try to be organised there is always that one friend or relative that is a nightmare to buy for.