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Mental Health Awareness Week

Mental Health Awareness Week 2021

As Mental Health Awareness Week draws to a close, we want to show our support the Mental Health Foundation...

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Dementia tips to help someone who lives alone with dementia

Did you know? 85 per cent of people want to stay living at home for as long as possible if diagnosed with dementia.

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We were at the Royal Norfolk Show 2019

We were spreading the word at the renowned Royal Norfolk Show

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We are excited to announce that Sue Perry, one of our very skilled, caring and compassionate CAREGivers, has successfully been shortlisted to the final 13 out of 200 branches!

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Leading the way locally in tackling loneliness

Home Instead Senior Care offers a wide range of personalised companionship services to help people live life to the full

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Performance Survey Fun #PEAQWEEK

Every year Home Instead carries out a survey called PEAQ. This stands for ‘Pursuing Excellence by Advancing Quality

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10 Top Tips: Caring for someone living with dementia

As part of Dementia Action week, we've been sharing top hints and tips for people who may want to understand and deal with dementia in their own way. Here are some top tips to help you care for someone living with dementia.

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Home Instead's top tips to spot a fraudster

Home Instead Senior Care West Norfolk has partnered with the National Trading Standards Scam Team (NTSST) to fight fraud in the community and have put together a list of key steps to take to help fight fraud.

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Ageing well in later life

We're all looking for ways to stay younger, for longer — particularly as the years pass and we begin to feel the wear and tear on our bodies. While having good genes certainly helps, research suggests that how well you age depends largely on you and what you do. Fortunately, research also finds that it’s never too late to make changes that can help you live a longer and healthier life The great news is there's much you can do to enhance your complete physical, mental and social wellbeing in later life.

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Don’t Struggle: Top tips to staying safe at home

As we age, we can sometimes experience a decline in mobility, motor skills and difficulty with balance affecting our gait. Our usual level of senses including hearing, sight, smell, taste and touch may fade. These changes can have an impact on our reactions and how we interact with our environment.

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Mid Norfolk CAREGiver Awarded for Outstanding Contributions

Mid Norfolk CAREGiver has been awarded and recognised for their contributions to caring for our clients.

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Local care company commits to paying real living wage

From April 1 2019, Home Instead Senior Care, based in North, Mid and West Norfolk will pay all CAREGivers a real living wage of £10.50 an hour, rather than the £8.21 national living wage - the statutory national minimum wage for those aged 25 and over. This will be increasing 4.9% from 1 April 2019, from £7.83 to £8.21.

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