• What Is Palliative Care

What Is Palliative Care?


What Is Palliative Care? Palliative care is a type of specialised medical care for people living with chronic, life debilitating illnesses such as cancer or degenerative muscle wasting diseases. It focuses on providing a range of therapies and support for the patient to help provide relief to their families as well ...

What Is Palliative Care?2021-12-24T10:13:56+00:00
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What are the 7 Stages of Dementia?


What are the 7 Stages of Dementia? Dementia is a term that describes memory loss in an individual, especially for older adults. It is associated with difficulty in thinking, language, and problem-solving struggles. The symptoms of dementia may take a long time to surface, which is why you need to understand ...

What are the 7 Stages of Dementia?2021-12-23T12:41:52+00:00
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Is Asperger’s Syndrome a Learning Disability?


Is Asperger’s a Learning Disability Asperger’s syndrome is an ailment discovered from childhood that affects the potential to associate and communicate properly with people. It is categorized as an ailment under the autism scope. Studies have shown that people with Asperger’s tend to have a greater level of functionality compared ...

Is Asperger’s Syndrome a Learning Disability?2021-12-22T14:41:51+00:00
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10 Reasons Why Home Care is Better Than a Care Home


10 Reasons to Work in Social Care Have you ever thought about why many people prefer to care at home for themselves or loved ones rather than going to care homes? For all we know, care homes are managed by trained or untrained personnel, health staff, or counselors. They may ...

10 Reasons Why Home Care is Better Than a Care Home2021-12-22T11:39:22+00:00
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10 Reasons to Work in Social Care


10 Reasons to Work in Social Care Choosing to work in social care is one of the most fulfilling careers in human life. It can be emotionally draining, especially when dealing with abuse emergencies. However, the joy of achievement or purpose fulfillment is second to none. The main reason many people ...

10 Reasons to Work in Social Care2021-12-22T10:55:58+00:00
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Motor Neurone Disease (MND)


Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a degenerative condition whereby the cells (motor neurones) in the brain and spinal cord stop working as they should. With MND, messages from the motor neurones stop reaching various muscle groups throughout the body, effecting the individual’s ability to walk, talk, eat ...

Motor Neurone Disease (MND)2022-01-20T08:50:57+00:00
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Acquired brain injury support


What is acquired brain injury support? Acquired brain injury (sometimes referred to as ABI) is a term given to brain damage that has been caused by events taking place after someone has been born as opposed to being part of a hereditary or congenital disorder such as foetal alcohol syndrome. ...

Acquired brain injury support2022-01-20T08:51:45+00:00
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Cerebral Palsy


What is cerebral palsy? Cerebral Palsy is caused by an abnormal brain development that affects the part of the brain controlling a person’s muscle movements. Cerebral Palsy develops during or soon after birth and is usually diagnosed before a child reaches the age of 3. It can cause a variety ...

Cerebral Palsy2022-01-20T08:49:14+00:00
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Spinal Cord Injury


What is a spinal injury? Spinal Cord injuries can cause serious trauma and in particularly severe cases can lead to potentially life altering symptoms or complications. This is because the spinal cord connects the brain to the rest of the body and is also responsible for sending messages from the brain ...

Spinal Cord Injury2021-11-30T15:11:13+00:00
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Nutrition & Hydration in Older People


Nutrition & Hydration in Older People Nutrition is an essential aspect of human health that requires utmost attention. The bones and cells become weaker as we get older, as torn tissues may not be repaired. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 19.6 million older people visit the ...

Nutrition & Hydration in Older People2021-11-29T11:59:01+00:00
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