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  • Senior friends having conversation about mental health

    Start the conversation!

    In Bunbury Care Agency Newsletter on

    1 in 4 older people live with mental health issues. It is hard enough coping with the ageing process and managing your life independently, so feeling anxious isn’t just something that comes with age, it may be a sign that something is wrong with your mental health.

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  • Home care for the elderly - Bunbury Care Agency

    Who cares… we do!

    In Bunbury Care Agency Newsletter on

    2019 was the busiest year we have ever had. I am delighted that we have been able to help so many people remain living in their own homes. The key to this is our wonderful Bunbury Carers, they have all worked so hard this year for which I am eternally grateful.

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  • May we never forget!

    In Bunbury Care Agency Newsletter on

    At the time of writing, we have just commemorated another Armistice Day, this year the 75th anniversary of D-Day. Most people will have heard of Harry Billinge, who was a Sapper in the Royal Engineers. He has become quite a celebrity.

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  • Mid-life crisis for working women and men over 45!

    In Bunbury Care Agency Newsletter on

    Recent research has estimated that up to 2.6 million people in the UK aged 45 and above expect to give up work to care for older or disabled relatives. 20% of women and 17% of men believe they would need to give up work to care, yet the research found…

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  • Fix the crisis on social care once and for all

    In Bunbury Care Agency Newsletter on

    Dame Barbara Windsor, who sadly suffers from dementia, and her husband Scott Mitchell have presented an Alzheimer’s Society’s open letter, signed by more than 100,000 people calling on the Prime Minister to sort out the devastating state of dementia care with immediate investment in an ‘NHS Dementia Fund’ and to…

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  • Luck of the Day!

    In Bunbury Care Agency Newsletter on

    Well, it rained and it poured right up until lunchtime on the day of the Teddy Bears Picnic. We were soaked when setting up but the Gods were shining on us and by the afternoon the garden was full of happy families enjoying their picnics. 

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