A Thank You to Grandparents
September 8th, 2017 By Nathan Blackburn
Thank you. Thank you for standing by me and supporting all the decisions I make. It’s nice to know that I will have your unconditional love and support. You have both helped me to decide on who I want to be and the journey I would like to take.
Thank you for giving me a family I couldn't live without; my aunties, uncles and cousins, whom have all had major impacts on my...
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No major changes for elderly in recent Budget
March 26th, 2017 By Nathan Blackburn
On review of the 2017 Budget delivered by the Chancellor on 8th March 2017 no major changes for vulnerable people or elderly family members came to light.
Do you receive income from corporate Dividends? The Dividend Tax Allowance (currently at £5000 as introduced in March 2016) is set to be reduced by over 50% in April 2018.
The cost of Social Ca...
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Caring for the elderly at Christmas
November 21st, 2015 By Nathan Blackburn
Christmas is a time for family, sharing and loving. It is a time for looking after others especially the elderly. At this time of year, it can be easy for people to get caught up in life and give a lack of attention to others who need it the most; but there are a few things we can do to ensure we help the elderly people out around us. After all Christmas and Winter is a time to be...
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Make sure the elderly aren’t lonely this Christmas
November 5th, 2015 By Nathan Blackburn
Christmas is generally associated with jolly times, great food, friends, family and presents. However, not everybody finds Christmas an amazing holiday. In fact, it is during Christmas that the elderly are at most risk of becoming ill or having an accident. It can sometimes be the period where elderly people are immensely lonely. So what are the dangers of being elderly at Christmas, and ...
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Effects of Visual Impairment at Home
October 25th, 2015 By Nathan Blackburn
Around the world 82% of people living with blindness are aged 50 and above. Eyesight can simply deteriorate over time but can be supplemented with spectacles. There are also more severe issues such as Cataracts or Glaucoma that may require surgery.
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