We often get asked what are the symptoms of alzheimer’s? Alzheimer’s disease can be one of the most difficult and heart-breaking conditions that people have to face. It can affect people in many different ways and the impact that it has on the person who has it along with their wider family, friends and carers
The effects of a stroke can be an incredibly traumatic, possibly confusing time and stroke care can be daunting. There will often be more questions than answers and without a care plan it can be a very worrying period in the aftercare stage. There are some things that need to be left to the support
After the success of last year’s event, Bright Dawn Home Care are hosting another Macmillan Coffee Morning on the 26th September 2019 at Box Trees Farm B94 6EA. Last year we raised £406.49 and we hope to beat it this year. We would really appreciate any help you can offer with possible donations. These would
With an ageing population in the UK, there are more and more demands for care options and support for elderly people. There will often be a variety of scenarios that will lend themselves to the right solutions and many choose to start the care journey by doing it themselves and find ways to care for
So what is Domiciliary Care Exactly? Is it suitable for everyone? In short Domiciliary care is something that is provided for those who need care but in their own home. From a very early age, we all want to be independent. Babies and toddlers want to do things on their own in their own way.
There are a lot of misconceptions and assumptions when it comes to people’s ideas about being a Care Assistant. In reality, if you’re asking ‘What’s it like to be a Care Assistant’ then some of the stereotypes are completely wrong and others are very true. We’re not going to sugar coat it, it’s hard work
Bright Dawn Home Care have enjoyed hosting a cupcake day for Alzheimer’s Society today. Kayleigh and Eva have worked hard to sell the cupcakes and have raised a healthy amount for the charity 🙂 #CupcakeDay #Alzheimer’ssociety
Bright Dawn Home Care celebrated their oldest client’s, Irene Essex,100th birthday on 18th January 2018. Irene said she enjoys living independently in her own home and this is only possible due to the support of her family and Sue Brewer her Bright Dawn Home Care caregiver.
On 29th September 2017 Bright Dawn Home Care hosted a Macmillan Coffee Morning to raise money for the charity. The event was a big success, many Care Workers, Office staff, Clients, families and friends joined us from 9am-1pm for singing, dancing, live music, and of course tea and cake! One of our Senior Care workers
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia. The word dementia describes a set of symptoms that can include memory loss and difficulties with thinking, problem-solving or language. These symptoms occur when the brain is damaged by certain diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease. This year Bright Dawn Home Care team will be getting together for