• Care in Kent
  • Care in Kent
  • Care in Kent

Type text here

Care In Kent's Blog

Our blog aims to empower and educate you.

Children, especially those who are very young, thrive on routine and very quickly develop a sense of what is ‘normal’ for them and their family. Anything out o...

Read More ...


Once we get older, recovering from a fall isn’t as easy as simply getting up and dusting ourselves off before checking our knees for bruises, and recent statistics tell us that 250,000 people over the age of 65 are....


Read More ...

There are fewer things more stressful, guilt-inducing or emotional than caring for an elderly parent, or raising children. Now imagine trying to juggle both, and throw in a job and a personal life for good measure. In today’s society where people are starting families later in life, and people are living longer, many are now simultaneously becoming parents and carers


Read More ...

There are fewer things scarier than getting older, but watching your parents get older is definitely one of them. Afterall, we have always known them as strong and independent; as our caregivers.


Read More ...

The job title, ‘carer’ is a simple one, and one that doesn’t even begin to encompass the complexity of what the role entails. To be a carer is not simply just to help with the daily needs and activities of the elderly or infirm - such as feeding, bathing, dressing, toileting. It is so much more; it is also lifting and moving. It is helping with cooking and cleaning..


Read More ...


Keeping An Eye On Elderly Neighbours During The Winter Months


The cold winter weather is unpleasant for everyone, but for your elderly neighbours it can
mean more than just having to defrost the car and turning the heating up a bit. Older people
can struggle in a variety of ways during the winter months; they are more susceptible to


Read More ...


Choosing the right home care for elderly in their own homes and the right quality home care agency is so important.


For many families, private home care for elderly in their own home is the best solution as it allows your love one to stay in the comfort of their own home and continue living as they are used to with the added

benefit of remaining safe and independent.


Read More ...

Dementia is an umbrella term that describes a large set of symptoms. These symptoms include impaired memory, changes to personality, and difficulties in thinking. There are several types of dementia...


Read More..

Autism is known as a spectrum disorder. There is a wide range of symptoms associated with it. Each person on the spectrum, as in other areas of life, is unique. Their abilities and the challenges...


Read More..

Do you have a friend or family member who is in need of more care and attention? You might be worried that they will end up in a permanent care facility. It’s understandable why you don’t.....


Read More..

Research has revealed that there is a link between hearing and cognitive function. Specifically, scientists believe that hearing loss may increase the chances of developing dementia. Dementia is the process.....


Read More..

When it comes to dementia care, activities play a vital role. That's because they help people to lead a more healthy and happier life. Another thing they do is provide structure and routine... ...


Read More..

People living with dementia are far more likely to have accidents around the home. You will no doubt want to make sure the person you care for doesn't come to any harm. And you want to do what... ... ...


Read More..

What is Autism?

Autism and Asperger Syndrome are on the Autistic Spectrum, this is a developmental condition affecting the way the brain processes information and how a person communicates and relates to others.People with Autistic Spectrum Disorders have difficulties in three main areas


Read More..

What is Dementia?

This factsheet explains what dementia is, including the causes and symptoms, and how it is diagnosed and treated. It also looks at some of the different types of dementia.


Read More..

Download Our Brochure Download Download
Tweets
Twitter Profile Image

RT @kathrynKDE: I’m on the search to meet bowel cancer survivors that are interested in running. I need to talk marathon advice & tips post…


Twitter Profile Image

RT @CareinAshford: I love getting out in the community and enjoying trips out in the car to visit friends. Being a support worker is a hu…


Twitter Profile Image

I’d ❤️ a #BBunker SHOUTOUT because I have a dentist apt today 😩😩😩😩 https://t.co/5zHMt2ygaD


Twitter Profile Image

RT @alzheimerssoc: Talk to me. Don’t be worried, I’m still me. This is just one small action that you can take, which will make a big imp…


icarebecause follow us on twitter carequality ukhca

Copyright © 2018 CNCA

Website powered by BT