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elderly care
iHUS blog header titled The Granny Annexe Process Part 3
This is the last in our third part series on the granny annexe process, you can find part one here and part two here. This week we are looking at what happens when elderly relatives have moved into their new home in The Granny Annexe Process Part 3.
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iHUS blog header titled The Granny Annexe Process Part 2
Last week here at iHUS we wrote about What To Do When Your Parents Need Extra Care and at the end of the post we talked briefly about Granny Annexes being an ideal solution. So, this week will look at what to do next if you think that a Granny Annexe is just what you...
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iHUS Blog header, Alternatives To Nursing Homes
When it comes to looking after elderly relatives when they are finding it difficult to cope with daily life, a nursing home isn’t the only option available. So, this week here at iHUS we thought we would look at alternatives to nursing homes.
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iHUS blog header what to do when your elderly parents need care
Sometimes we reach a point in our lives when our parents need that little bit extra care. You might have noticed dad forgetting to eat, or mum starting to have falls. Or, they might have had a diagnosis. If that is the case for you, you might be feeling slightly at a loss over what...
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title graphic for blog by iHus on How To Talk About Care Options With Your Parents
There reaches a time in most of our lives when it is time to talk to about care options with your parent or parents. It might be that you have noticed one parent becoming less independent, or maybe they are having more little incidents around the home. Whatever your motivation for thinking it is time...
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blog header image from iHUS talking about elderly care in a granny annexe
Elderly care is considered to be in a bit of a crisis in the UK; many elderly people either don’t want to go into residential homes, they or their families can’t afford the costs, or, they cannot find a suitable placement. Having some sense of independence and dignity is important for an elderly person, that’s...
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