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Whether you are being looked after by a friend, a family member or a full time carer, everyone needs a rest sometimes so when that time arrives we are here to help. We can offer one off respite care to cover a special one off event your carer needs to attend such as a hospital appointment, a special social event, etc.

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t is important for the elderly to keep in touch with others outside their home to enjoy a vibrant or meaningful lifestyle. It is good for the elderly who might be house bound to interact with others so that their minds would continue to stay active and healthy. The elderly can be engaged in simple activities which maintain their cognitive skills and motor movements.

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Caring for a loved one with Dementia or Alzheimer’s can seem overwhelming at times, and it can be a difficult and scary journey, for everyone involved. Each day can bring new challenges and experiences as the caregiver tries to cope with the changing levels of ability and new patterns of behaviour.

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End of life care (also known as palliative care) is the care of people with an illness where recovery is not expected. We understand how very, very difficult and emotional these situations are for the patient, their families and their loved ones.

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While we all always try where possible to send you one or two regular carers that you are able to build a relationship with but there may be times where we need to send you a different carer in order to cover sickness or holiday leave for example. If you are receiving long term live in care then your carers will normally work on a week on week off rota basis.

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We can provide you with live in care for either a short period of time, while you are recovering for example from an operation, short term illness, or hospital stay, as well as being able to provide a longer term live in carer to cover long term illness or a longer term change in personal circumstances.

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At Guardian Angel Carers, we understand that making the decision about whether home care is right for you and your loved ones can be a difficult one. We’re here to help.

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As in any demanding situation, the better you care for yourself, the better you will be able to care for your loved one. The more information and support you have, the better you can navigate the demanding road ahead. We are here to help you understand and consider the long-term care options that are best suited to you and your loved one.

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Caring for a loved one with Dementia or Alzheimer’s can seem overwhelming at times, and it can be a difficult and scary journey, for everyone involved. Each day can bring new challenges and experiences as the caregiver tries to cope with the changing levels of ability and new patterns of behaviour.

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The care agencies would work together with the family to foster better relationships between the elderly and the family

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