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Music, fun (and fish) for clients in Farnham and Guildford

Published: 14/06/2022

Magic moments come in all shapes and sizes at Right at Home GF.

Dementia - Communicating with Someone with Dementia

Published: 09/06/2022

Communicating with someone living with dementia is a big part of what I cover when I run a dementia awareness session.

Special events aim to raise awareness during Dementia Action Week

Published: 11/05/2022

Dementia care specialist, Right at Home GF is helping to inform more people about the condition during this month’s national Dementia Action Week from 16 to 22 May.

Age is no barrier to moving to music on International Dance Day

Published: 26/04/2022

The Love to Move class, run by Right at Home GF, is proving you are never too old to enjoy moving to music, on this year’s International Dance Day (29 April).

Local home care team is named best in the south east

Published: 20/04/2022

A winning team of home care workers from Right at Home GF has attended the finals of the Great British Care Awards in celebration of the amazing achievements from across the UK’s social care sector.

Dementia - Where to Find Help

Published: 07/04/2022

In this month's dementia column, Managing Director Alastair Shanks looks at some of the sources of help and support that are available for people living with dementia and their carers.

Hospital to Home

Published: 06/04/2022

Our Hospital to Home service is tailored to people returning home after a hospital stay. It is a temporary package aimed at helping clients settle back at home safely and comfortably.

Celebrating women in homecare for International Women’s Day

Published: 08/03/2022

As an employer, the extensive in-house training and support for continual professional development is especially important to us at Right at Home GF.

Dementia - What the Future Holds

Published: 03/03/2022

Alastair Shanks, Managing Director explains the different stages of dementia in his regular monthly column.

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