Coronavirus or COVID-19 is a serious risk for older adults, especially for those living in a community environment. Nadra Ahmed OBE, executive chair of the National Care Association, warned of “mass...
Many people are worried about their older relatives and people in their community as we prepare for self-isolation. We are all thinking about what we need to keep safe and well at home during this time.
For most people, being able to stay in touch with your friends and family is just as important as having food and toiletries.
You can help prevent loneliness and anxiety in older people by using the following guide to ensure they remain connected.
Helping older people access technology and using apps and tools can make a massive difference between people feeling alone and being able to cope during difficult times.