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Welcome to Castle Home Care Services blog!

This is the place where we celebrate every milestone, life achievement and joy of living. We like to promote activities that help to fight that feeling of loneliness, encouraging our elders to live an active life, making the most out of their retirement years. We often share useful tips for seniors who want to live an independent life in their own home safely, comfortably and with dignity.

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Companionship

Companionship

We are passionate and committed to help people live an independent life in their own home safely, comfortably and with dignity. We offer a broad range of services and we understand that everyone’s needs are different which is why we provide a tailored care package to...

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Benefits of Tai Chi for seniors

Benefits of Tai Chi for seniors

Fitness: benefits of Tai Chi for seniors Getting enough exercise is often a challenge for people, and it can be even more difficult for seniors if they have limitations. The problem for many is exercise isn’t always the most exciting activity, but solutions such as...

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Mega-fit gran, aged 81, cycles 960 miles across Britain

Mega-fit gran, aged 81, cycles 960 miles across Britain

If she completes the 960-mile ride, the grandmother will become the oldest person to cycle from Land’s End to John O’Groats and will enter the Guinness Book of Records! The pensioner's cycle ride is motivated by her children, who were all aged in their 40s when they...

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How to care for a person with dementia

How to care for a person with dementia

Patience, kindness and a smile are the key ingredients you will need when dealing with a person with dementia. Above all, communication seems to be one of the main issues when interacting with someone diagnosed with dementia. Dementia sufferers will often tell the...

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Walking football, the rise of adapted sports

Walking football, the rise of adapted sports

Adapted sports such as walking football and chair-based exercises have grown in popularity over recent years. As well as benefiting older people, these sports are often open to people of all ages and abilities to provide a way to mix with others and play a sport in a...

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Choose the right kind of care for your loved one

Choose the right kind of care for your loved one

Naturally, elderly people begin to require more support with their daily lives, many of them choosing to remain in the comfort of their own home, surrounded by the people and things they love, rather than being ‘forced’ to move into residential care. At the same time,...

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Anne Lorimor, the oldest person to climb Kilimanjaro

Anne Lorimor, the oldest person to climb Kilimanjaro

89-year-old Anne Lorimor of Paradise Valley, Arizona, has climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa, and this is her second time! Anne had already set the record as the oldest woman to climb Kilimanjaro a few years ago when she was 85 until another...

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What to do when your elderly parent refuses care

What to do when your elderly parent refuses care

One of the most heart-breaking things that adult children deal with is an ageing parent that refuses in-home care. It can quickly become frustrating seeing your elderly parent saying he doesn’t need help with daily routines like bathing and dressing, even though you...

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Tips to help someone with dementia

Tips to help someone with dementia

We all forget things from time to time, but with a memory loss disease or age, it becomes part of an everyday routine. At Castle Home Care Services, we always try to help people maintain their independence that’s why we have put together some tips to help with...

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