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In the meantime, feel free to explore our website and find out more about Melrose and how we care for our residents.
Melrose has been recognised by Care Quality Commission (CQC) as Outstanding - a rating that only 3% of care homes in England achieve. Find out more here.
Socialising can get harder as you get older. If you’re wondering how to plan activities for elderly loved ones, then here are some handy tips.
Sometimes it gets harder to socialise as we get older, if you or someone you know is looking for social activities here are some ideas.
Stuck for ideas about what to buy your parents for birthdays, Christmas or just because? We've rounded up 10 genuinely useful things you can buy.
Caring for a loved one, especially if you don’t have much experience in care, can be a daunting task. We've answered some common questions to help you.
Unsure what you need to know when choosing a care home? We’ve outlined the top things to consider to make sure you or your loved one gets the best care.
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The decision to move into a nursing home is a big life change. As such, it comes accompanied with common and understandable fears.
There’s a misconception that ageing and fashion don’t go well together. Here are some tips to help you defy that age old myth!
With so much experience and knowledge out there, it only makes sense to explore what other nations are doing well to see if we can improve our understanding
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The NHS website suggests the temperature inside your home should not reach below 18°C if you are over 65 years old. Find out how to keep warm this Winter.
Exposure to the cold can put the older generation at risk. There are simple ways to ensure you or your loved ones stay warm this winter.
Cold weather can affect the elderly in a variety of ways, learn more about the different consequences of the drop in temperature and what you can do to help.
Despite being one of the largest economies in the world, the United Kingdom is lagging behind many less wealthy European counterparts when it comes to one key area: life expectancy.
With benefits for your mental and physical health, here's our best advice for gardening this summer to keep you safe, relaxed and enjoying yourself.
Summer heat and the elderly should not be ignored. Here are our top pieces of advice for helping yourself or others stay safe this summer.
Looking after elderly parents can be complicated; there can often be many more things to take into consideration that you never even thought about before.
If you're thinking of visiting your elderly parents in Worthing this Summer, you'll be pleased to know there is plenty to do for the whole family.
As we get older staying in decent shape gets harder and harder but by being proactive in staying fit, we can really improve our quality of life.
Stimulating your brain not only helps to prevent the onset of issues such as dementia, but can also stave off boredom and feelings of anxiety & depression.
Brain training exercises for the elderly can be pretty much anything that stimulates your mind, reading is just one example.
What are care homes and what's the difference between a care home and nursing home? The answer is, not that much. Find out more.
Getting older need not be as worrying as you think. There is a lot of support you can get for your fees and we've provided you with some free advice too!
You must: over 16, spend at least 35 hours a week looking after the person in need of care or have net earnings of less than £116 a week to claim allowance.
There's no "one size fits all" when it comes to caring for the elderly. If you're wondering how you can help, explore our tips and advice.
Considering moving to a care home in a different area? If so, there could be a few questions on your mind. We've answered some of the most common.
Moving into a care home isn't always the right option, it's definitely not the only option. Discover more alternatives to nursing home care.
Falls in the elderly are common but potentially harmful, but do not fear as there are things you can do to help yourself or anyone dear to you.
There are many ways to help the elderly during Christmas, either by your own personal actions or working with a charity. Find out more.