A survey of family and unpaid carers has highlighted the extent of the worry about elderly relatives and the key practical matters carers need to consider.
The idea of death is probably the last thing people want to talk about. Who’s not afraid to die?
Living independently can often become more of a struggle than it used to be when we get older.
According to the World Health Organization, there are around 50 million people who have dementia.
When a loved one is experiencing a mental health challenge, repeatedly asking them if they are OK might not be the most effective helping strategy.
Taking care of your elder relatives is always challenging, and very often, it can significantly impact your physical and mental health.
If you have a difficult relationship with a friend or family member, enjoying the holidays can take a lot of work.
Caring for your friends and family is an instinct ingrained in most of us.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
End-of-life discussions make it easier to provide treatment and care that satisfy the patient’s wishes.
Henry O’Keefe loved his nanny and grandad. He was just six years old when they were both diagnosed with cancer in 2016, only four weeks apart.