Elderly care in Broadstairs

The editor of The Broadstairs Bulletin asked us about elderly care in Broadstairs and specifically how elderly people in Broadstairs were coping with the pandemic.
The demands of elderly care in Broadstairs
We’ve been supporting clients in Broadstairs since 2014 and employing local carers too.

2020 was a tough year for everyone, everywhere but we like to say […]

Person Centred Care

People using health and social services as equal partners is often referred to as ‘Person Centred Care’.

Person Centred Care is not just giving people whatever they want or providing information. It is about listening, understanding, anticipating, suggesting, planning, developing and monitoring care to make sure it meets needs.

It means putting people and their families at the […]

Mobility Care

I met a great guy the other day. He helps people with mobility care.  One of the heroes that pull out all the stops when it’s important.

Since they tend to do their jobs well and their customers can move on to the next important thing, they rarely seem to get the credit they deserve.
I love […]

Extending our elderly care to Brighton and Hove

We’ve celebrated extending our elderly care to Brighton and Hove through the British Franchise Association and the franchise press and on social media.  We are always so proud when a new franchise partner gets started.

We’ve just visited Mike and his new office and we were blown away!

What a location. Mike moved in late August and […]

Exercise and Lockdown

Exercise during the LockDown

Any gym bunny will tell you the toll of taking weeks off. Have you ever stopped to imagine how rapidly fitness declines at 93 years of age?!

Community activities have stopped, so people who usually manage their symptoms with routine and activity are suffering. People miss their local exercise in Canterbury desperately

Fitness levels […]

CV-19 – Difficult times – but these will pass

We have registered ‘open for business’ during CV-19 and we thought you may like to know how we are carrying on helping vulnerable people throughout this difficult time.  Thanks to our team of carers, we have managed really well all things considered.

Our hearts are with our colleagues in other care companies coping in the crisis and […]

Canterbury residents join dementia friendly campaign

To help create dementia friendly communities, staff from The King’s School Recreation Centre attended a free one-hour Information Session run by local
Dementia Friends Champion Sally Wilse

Changing attitudes to Dementia

Alzheimer’s Society’s Dementia Friends programme is the biggest ever initiative to change people’s perceptions of dementia. It aims to transform the way the nation thinks, talks and […]

#FitnessDay Everyday

#FitnessDay celebrates physical activity.

Through the kind permission of our carers, clients and our clients’ families, Seniors Helping Seniors support #FitnessDay with shared stories and photos to help inspire the nation to move – particularly older people.

Keeping well
By sharing photos of some of the things we include in our unique non-medical care services, we’re celebrating the […]

Private Care in Canterbury and surrounding Towns and Villages

Are you looking for a Private Carers? When you start to accept that you are putting yourself at risk or your loved one is at  risk by living independently, you may start to look at care options. What you may not expect is that accepting support, does not need to threaten independence.

Look for services that treat […]

Spike Mat: Trying out well-being products

Spike Mats are popular in Scandinavia
A few years ago Christian and I tried to introduce a product that was popular in Scandinavia to UK. You may have heard of the spike mat? It’s popular in Scandinavia – every family has a spike mat and were keen to share the hygge lifestyle.

Ever the early adopters, Christian and started […]