Prioritising urinary health to keep our clients well

With many of the people we support being either elderly or disabled, urinary health is an important area for our live-in carers to be aware of. We know that problems with the urinary tract (UTI) can develop quickly for some people, particularly if they are older or frail, and if infections of the bladder, urethra or kidneys … Read more

Coronavirus (COVID-19) exposes new depths of loneliness

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has put loneliness in the spotlight like never before. When lockdown came, suddenly the majority of the population were asked to remain at home, isolated from other households and work colleagues, leaving most of us missing human contact with our families, friends, neighbours and co-workers. Some people who had never experienced … Read more

A Day in the Life of a Promedica24 Care Manager

In recent blogs we’ve looked at both a day in the life of a regional representative, and a day in the life of a live-in carer. The purpose of these articles was to let you behind the scenes so that you can better understand the care we offer in more detail from the different perspectives. … Read more

How do I speak to my family about money?

When you reach the time of needing care and support, how you pay for that care can be an added stress and the way forward can seem daunting. However, it is definitely worth taking the time to find the best way to finance your care once you have decided the best type of support for … Read more