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Jan 18

5 best reasons to employ a live-in carer

Helpd.co.uk is a Provider of Live-In Care Across the U.K. The top 5 reasons why live-in care is a great way to receive care: Affordable alternative to residential care If you need 1 to 1 care around the clock, but you are not prepared to move to a care home, then having a live-in carer …

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Dec 17

5 Things you may not know about Alzheimer’s disease

Helpd.co.uk is a Provider of Live-In Care Across the UK To find a live in carer simply click Find a helper. 5 Things you may not know about Alzheimer’s disease What is it? Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease that affects the human brain.  Typically, it has a degenerative affect on cognition, particularly memory.  Significant behaviour changes …

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Dec 17

Top 5 reasons why being a self-employed carer is a great for working mums

Being a self-employed mum comes with a lot of positives and flexibility to accommodate your busy parent life. Here are the top 5 reasons why working as a self-employed carer is the right solution for working mums: 1. Don’t compromise between career and family As a self-employed carer you don’t’ have to compromise between earning …

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Dec 17

5 Reasons why being a self-employed carer is great for flexible working

If you are unable to commit to a 9-5 job or you simply don’t like the idea of repetitive set hours, then working as a self-employed carer can be a great solution for you. Here are the top 5 reasons you benefit from flexible working as a self-employed carer:   1. Choose your hours Thousands …

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Nov 17

What is homecare?

Using Helpd.co.uk to provide you with home care in Reading and Nottingham is a great option if you require help with different aspects of your daily life whether you (or your loved one) are getting older, recovering from illness or surgery, or have a chronic illness or disability. Moving to a care home can be …

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Nov 17

What do I do when it’s hard for a loved one to accept the need for a carer

It can be very difficult to watch a loved one struggle with difficulties that you know could be reduced with a little help or with a little domiciliary care.  This can be particularly frustrating if they dislike talking about their difficulties, or plainly refuse to do so.