Advice & Guidance

Live-in care during COVID19

During this coronavirus pandemic, we are still very much providing superior care to our clients, and we are also able to support new clients if you or a loved one needs help in your home.

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All you need to know about COVID19

What are the symptoms? The NHS has listed three main symptoms of Covid-19. People should be aware of them and ready to act upon.

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Different types of homecare

What is Homecare? Homecare is defined as a type of care where individuals remain in…

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Talking about your mental health

What is Mental Health? According to Medical News Today, mental health refers to cognitive, behavioural, and emotional well-being.

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Assisted living for children and young adults

When we think of the term ‘home care’, we tend to confuse it with a nursing home for the elderly, or presume it is only for a select group of people. However, home care is in fact an all-encompassing phrase for a whole host of different services that are offered

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Social media effects on your mental health

Excessive use of Social media can cause feelings of stress and anxiety. These feelings can be heightened during a normal week, let alone a global pandemic in which the internet is full of news and articles bombarding you with figures and fact, some of which are…

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Questions children ask about Dementia

Why do they not recognise me? Why is she angry with me? What is Dementia? A child’s interaction has been proven to have many benefits to dementia sufferers.

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Supporting someone with a mental illness

‘1 in 4 people experience mental health problems’ NHS Whether you are a family member, friend or carer supporting someone with a mental illness can be challenging at times.

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Covid-19 Homecare Q+A

Has the COVID19 had any impact on Cavendish Homecare operating as a business? Find out as we answer common Covid-19 questions relating to care.

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What does palliative care mean for cancer patients?

Palliative care often gets confused with end of life care, but the two are different, even if they offer similar things. For cancer patients, palliative care is an integral part of treatment.

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How to become a home care nurse

Becoming a home care nurse is a career choice for people who want to provide care for others in the comfort of the patient’s own home, during or after a period of illness.

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Maintaining a healthy mind

Mental health in the past has been a little under the radar in terms of how well it is understood and treated.

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Home care for all ages

There are a few misconceptions around home care. From who can receive it, to the various services available, not enough people understand what is possible regarding homecare support.

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What not to do after a hip replacement

A hip replacement is a common operation to replace a damaged hip joint. It replaces the joint with an artificial one.

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The Benefits of Home Care

This guide is to help you when considering home care for a loved one. It may be that you are looking for options to complement the care that you are providing for them.

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How to Help a Person with Depression

At times in our lives, we can sometimes become more susceptible to illness and see a decline in our health.

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How to Find a Private Live in Carer in London?

Making the decision to employ a live-in carer to offer 24/7 care and support to a loved one is not one you’ll take lightly.

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When Should Someone Be Offered Palliative Care?

Palliative care is something offered to a wide range of people. But what exactly is it? And how do you know when the time is right to offer it?

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Great Holidays to Take Your Elderly Parents on

Family holidays are the ideal opportunity to bring together older and younger generations….

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Home Care Plan for the 5 Stages of Parkinson’s Disease

In this guide, we’ll look at the five stages of Parkinson’s and how a home care plan can support treatment from your doctor….

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Seasonal Food Alternatives for Cancer Patients

Find out suitable seasonal foods for cancer patients to enjoy during festivities….

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Parkinson’s Friendly Home Activities for the Family

Find out about the family friendly Parkinson’s activities for the family at home….

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The Future of Home Nursing Care: What Might 2030 Bring?

It’s impossible to predict the future, but with developments in technology and AI (artificial intelligence) across the medical profession, it’s hard to imagine that home nursing will go unaffected….

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Travelling With Elderly Parents

Travelling with elderly parents or relatives can bring additional challenges to a holiday plan. In this guide, we will help you to pack and prepare for the trip, giving you peace of mind…

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What Home Care Essential Products Are You Missing?

As we get older, there are numerous tools and products available to help us to perform day-to-day tasks. Sometimes our mobility isn’t what it was, so we can use a walker or a walking stick to help us…

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Respite Care

When you are a caregiver for a loved one, you may sometimes need to take a short break. This could be for a holiday, to take some time for yourself – to attend to personal matters or simply relax and recharge…

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Simple Dementia Care Anyone Can Give

Caring for someone with dementia can be mentally and physically exhausting — but equally rewarding. The good news is that there are a lot of ways people with dementia can be cared for that anyone can do…

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What to Expect From a Palliative Home Care Plan

You can choose to have a live-in carer or receive regular home visits. And when you are looking for palliative home care you will need to ask questions to help you find the best fit for you or a loved one…

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Post-Surgery Recovery at Home Advice

If you or a loved one needs to go into hospital for an operation, no matter how minor, there will be a period of post surgery recovery following it. The time it takes to fully recover will depend on the type of operation, the anaesthetic given and your health prior to having the surgery….

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Questions to Ask When Looking for Home Nursing

Getting the right care for a loved one is vital. Whether respite, cancer or palliative care, you need the answers to various questions…

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Post-hospital Care – What to Do Before Transitioning Back Home

When a relative goes into hospital, for something routine or an unplanned visit, it can be a worrying time. As well as considering the treatment and care they receive, you must think about what will happen when it is time for them to return home….

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