Everyone in the UK must stay at home to help fight the coronavirus spread. But what do these emergency measures mean for family carers?
The majority of people want to stay independent for as long as possible, but accidents can happen in the home. We explore the simple steps that could keep you safer in later life.
Older people are at greater risk if they come into contact with coronavirus. Here's how to stay safe and avoid feeling isolated if you have to stay at home.
Last updated: 22 April 2020 Older people are at greater risk of serious health complications if they come into contact with coronavirus. With the continuing spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19),...
Which? reveals huge regional disparities in who gets NHS continuing healthcare funding and explains how to apply.
The average cost of a care home in the UK increased to £33,852 a year in 2018-19. This was the largest annual hike in 10 years.
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People who don't agree with the council's decision about their care are likely to be faced with a long-winded complaints process.
We've found that those with the most complex medical needs still contend with a postcode lottery in having their care costs outside of hospital funded by the NHS.
Londoners are in for the biggest shock having underestimated the cost of a nursing home by £33,748 per year - that's more than the average UK salary.