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Crisis in care. Who cares?

Journalist Alison Holt investigated the crisis in care in a 2-part panorama programme in May. This devastating exposé focused on four families in Somerset, living with someone with complex care needs and the problems of the local council in fulfilling its duty to meet them. The lives of the people
Tarporley War Memorial Hospital

100 years of caring for others

No, we have not suddenly been around for 100 years, but Tarporley War Memorial Hospital has, and they are celebrating big time this year.  We are delighted to have become one of their official sponsors. Apart from our monthly donation we will also feature the hospital as part of our

The Parkinson’s Drug Trial: A Miracle Cure?

42 patients underwent complex brain surgery and months of infusions via a port embedded into the side of their skull. In this deeply moving documentary, Professor Gill and Dr Alan Whone performed surgery to implant a device which enables the successful delivery of drugs deep into the brain. Filmed over

Are you struggling to look after a loved one?

An alarming interview with Helen Walker, Chief Executive of the charity Carers UK, was recently broadcast on BBC Breakfast. I was staggered to learn that over 600 people a day leave their jobs because of the demands of being a carer. This means that people can go from a well-paid
Now recruiting carers - Bunbury Care Agency

Now recruiting…

As is often the case after the Christmas break, we find ourselves inundated with enquiries for Live-in and Daily carers. Perhaps this is because families have spent time together giving them the opportunity to discuss the health and welfare of their elderly relatives. From 1st January 2019, we have increased the
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