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  • Gardening during lockdown - Home care agency

    The New Normal

    This ‘New Normal’ has heightened our awareness and sensitivity to nature, our surroundings, the stillness and clean air. Talents that we never thought we had, we are now perfecting to quite an acceptable level. I spend more time in my garden and it has never looked so fine with masses…

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  • Lockdown relief at last - Bunbury Care Agency

    Lockdown relief at last!

    Now the lockdown is easing up, it is a great relief we can see our loved ones, albeit from a distance! Let’s hope things continue to improve. Social distancing is more important than ever during these transition periods and we must protect the environment our carers work in.

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  • Continue to stay safe and stay well!

    Firstly, I would like to say a big thank you to all my daily and live-in carers for the fantastic commitment and efforts you have shown in the last six weeks in ensuring that all our clients are so well looked after in this exceedingly difficult time. I am so…

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  • Try to keep calm and carry on!

    In Bunbury Care Agency Newsletter on

    We are all greatly concerned about the impact Coronavirus is likely to have on our lives over the months. As a care agency, we are doing everything we can to protect our elderly and vulnerable clients and their carers and have sent out guidelines to all those concerned.

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  • 2000 care requests are being turned down every day

    2000 ‘Requests for Care’, turned down every day!

    In Bunbury Care Agency Newsletter on

    The latest Age UK report highlights that over 50%, about 700,000, of older people’s requests for care were unsuccessful in 2019. 23% were found not to meet the councils’ eligibility criteria set for the social care system and that was the end of it!

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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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