Article Tag: Elderly

Legal Rights on Choosing Your Own Care Home

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When choosing your own care home, it is presumed that you should get the final say in a decision that ultimately determines where you will be living. However, this is not always the case; our team explains below. In most cases, you can choose your own care home. The exception is if you are too… Read more »

Legal Rights on Choosing Your Own Care Home

Nurse

When choosing your own care home, it is presumed that you should get the final say in a decision that ultimately determines where you will be living. However, this is not always the case; our team explains below. In most cases, you can choose your own care home. The exception is if you are too… Read more »

Elder Abuse Within Care Home Settings

A care home can undoubtedly be a safe and nurturing environment, reducing the risks and isolation which independent living can bring to more vulnerable elderly people. A good care home should not be judged by its furnishings or décor (although often this can be important to many), but instead by the staff and the quality… Read more »

Elderly care scandal – can the Government create lasting reform?

An article published in The Daily Telegraph on 3 January claims that hundreds of thousands of elderly people are being robbed of their dignity by failing care services and are being left at risk of ‘terrible abuse and neglect’. It is estimated that thousands of elderly people across the UK are being forced to use… Read more »