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Concerned Dad is showing signs of Dementia?

Did visiting Dad on Father’s Day make you worry they are showing signs of Dementia? As our society changes and families become even more distant than before, we leave larger amounts of time between visits, missing the opportunity to constantly check-in on our loved ones. This results in a higher number of people calling with […]

Respite breaks for Carers

Providing ongoing care for a loved one can certainly be challenging – and, at times, exhausting. If you are responsible for the day-to-day care needs of a dependent relative or friend, the responsibility can sometimes become a little overwhelming. One of the most difficult aspects is that you can feel tied to your commitments 24 […]

How to care for someone with Dementia

At IP Homecare, we have been caring and support families living with Dementia for a number of years. We understand caring for someone living with Dementia can be both physically and mentally exhausting. It affects every part of your life and can make you feel isolated, stressed and sometimes even depressed. There is no ‘right’ […]

Live in care for couples

For couples requiring extra support – or for one person within a couple who needs assistance – our Live in care for couples service means you have a Live in Carer who’s completely dedicated to your needs. Whether you need help with personal care, medical assistance or help around the home, with live-in care you […]

What is Live in care?

Live in care is an affordable alternative to a care home. Live in care is a relatively unknown concept and is very different to the care provided in a care home. In a care home staff work in shift patterns – this means there is not one single person specifically caring for a customer. They […]

Worried a relative is showing signs of Dementia?

Did you know that each Easter, social services departments across the country see a sharp spike in call numbers? As our society changes and families become even more distant than before, we leave larger amounts of time between visits, missing the opportunity to constantly check-in on our loved ones. This results in a higher number […]