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Care Homes can now join John’s Campaign

Why should care homes join John’s Campaign? by Julia Jones, co-founder of John’s Campaign It’s a perfectly reasonable question – John’s Campaign started as a
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Orleo the cat

Oreo, spreading happiness and joy

How Therapy Cats Can Bring Countless Joys to Older Adults. St Augustine Health Ministries, a nursing home in Cleveland, Ohio, has a very unusual 4-legged
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Sporting Memories

Sport: have we forgotten it?

by Emma Harris We’ve all experienced that feeling when our muscles remember how to do something we thought our minds had forgotten, perhaps riding a
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Beach Huts

The Transformative Power of Art

by Emma Harris For the average person, being given the opportunity to create and express themselves might inspire a sense of freedom and productivity; it
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TNV Reminiscence 1950s

Two award-winning products… one fabulous offer

We are delighted to be partnering with Many Happy Returns to create the Twist-N-View Happy Memories Set for care homes and hospitals. We have adapted
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Mycarematters Tablet and Chart

Mycarematters Display Options Now Available

There’s now an alternative way to collect and share a person’s needs and preferences, using a simple online tool. Mycarematters has primarily been designed to ensure
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Mental Capacity Act Guide

The Mental Capacity Act explained

We were delighted to be invited by SITRA to collaborate, together with Carers Trust, on a new Guide to the Mental Capacity Act, funded by
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Free Because-I-Care Poster Download

The Because-I-Care Daily Prompt Posters are an eye-catching and friendly set of messages designed to reinforce topics learned in training. Want to see an example?
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Mycarematters

Introducing Mycarematters…

It’s already been an exciting year for Care Charts UK, seeing the adoption of our Remember-I’m-Me Care Charts by hundreds more care homes and hospitals, and receiving lots of positive
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Sight is precious

Jim took a lot of falls in 2012. His eyesight, dementia and arthritis were all conspiring against him. He’d wake up in the morning, forget
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