Category: Domiciliary Healthcare

The world is confused, anxious and concerned, people are getting mixed messages – what to do? There is plenty of information out there debating on the issue except that it is all about assumptions, speculations and hypothesis but no facts…

Cancer patients now have access to evidence-based information about how their lifestyle and other choices can affect both the quality of life and outcomes after diagnosis, thanks to a new online service developed in the UK. The service, developed by…

Responding to a new study by Healthwatch on people’s experiences of care homes, Cllr Izzi Seccombe, Chairman of the Local Government Association’s Community Wellbeing Board, said: “Councils want to see everyone receive high quality care and for care homes to…

Today’s clinicians are bursting with knowledge, whether it’s updated information from the latest journal or data they read 30 years ago in a university classroom. These clinicians have to filter through their own knowledge base and continually tailor each decision…

Domiciliary care, or homecare, are both common terms used to describe the support and personal care which some people receive in their own home. Providing support services can be a rewarding venture if carried out to correct standards of care,…