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Tips for Managing Medications for Older Adults

Published: 24/05/2024

Anyone taking multiple prescription medications may get in a muddle from time-to-time. As we grow older, this can become a serious risk.

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May You Stay Forever Young

Published: 18/04/2024

9 Practical Tips For Anti Ageing from BBC Science Focus has nine excellent tips on anti-ageing tips scientifically shown to be beneficial.

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Secrets of the Super Agers – Could Science Find a Way to Ensure we all Enjoy a healthy old age?

Published: 08/04/2024

Scientists are hoping to develop in time gene-based drugs that could help more of us enjoy longer lives with good health and none of the diseases we currently associate with old age.

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Understanding Brain Disease

Published: 29/02/2024

By the time we reach 85 half of us will be living with some degree of dementia. It is incurable - which is not surprising consider 90% of the brain remains a complete mystery to science.

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Why You Need LPoAs Now

Published: 09/02/2024

For you own sake and the sake of your loved ones don’t put off filing your LPoAs – it may save a tragedy becoming a disaster.

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CQC Inspection 2023

Published: 22/12/2023

Right at Home Mitcham, Streatham and Dulwich retains their rating of Good by CQC, following a focused inspection on the Safe and Well-Led domain.

7 Dementia Stories
7 Dementia Stories

Published: 07/12/2023

Dementia devastates lives in ways we rarely see. Not just the life of the person with dementia, but the lives of those who care for them.

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Our Founder appointed Trustee at Age UK Merton

Published: 29/11/2023

Tracey Scott founder at Right at Home Mitcham Streatham and Dulwich appointed trustee at Age UK Merton

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Myths about Dementia

Published: 29/11/2023

Understanding and supporting those living with dementia is not helped by a number of common myths about the nature of dementia. We set out some basic points aimed at over-turning some of these myths.

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