Growing old can bring challenges, both for the person who’s ageing and for their family. It can be frustrating for our loved ones because they can’t do everything they used to and feel like they’re losing their independence. At the same time, it might be worrying for their family as they might not be able to be there whenever their loved ones need them.
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There is a popular saying and belief that ‘home is where the heart’ is and at Home Instead Oxford we truly believe that continuing to live at home in the place you know and love is the most comfortable solution as you age.
Ageing is a natural part of life that can make simple daily tasks become increasingly challenging. However, our professional CAREGivers can support you to maintain independence at home with our bespoke, specialised range of home care services.
We are Home Instead Senior Care Oxford; the area’s leading home care provider. Our high-quality elderly care at home services were rated Good by the CQC and are designed to fit around the specific needs of you or a loved ones life.
Leading Home Care Provider in Oxford
Home Instead Senior Care Oxford was set up by John Kirk as part of the national Home Instead family. Our highly trained team of compassionate CAREGivers provide professional home care in Oxford.
Our services are designed to support your individual requirements so whether you require home help and housekeeping in Summertown to companionship care in Carterton, or more intensive dementia care or palliative care in Cumnor, we will work with you and your loved-ones to provide the support you need to continue living in your own home.
Whatever your home care needs are, Home Instead Senior Care Oxford are here to help you so please get in touch below.
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As we work around the house to discover the best ways to make the home a bit more safer for older people, we now return to downstairs and take a look at the Living Room. Fifteen percent of falls are caused by a slip or a trip on the same level, e.g. falling over a mat or a rug*. So with that in mind let's take a look at what we can do to make a difference and make the Living Room safer as we grow older.
After our first article which covered the options to make the Kitchen safer for older people. This week we are going to be looking at making the Bathroom safer! The chance of slipping and falling in the bathroom is higher than other rooms – slippery floors, low toilet seats and manoeuvring in and out of the bath can all pose a risk, particularly if you are less mobile or become frail. So check out below for some tips and equipment recommendations: