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Results are in…

It was back in September ’21 when I wrote here about why we set up the My Future Care Buddy Service. By then we were in the midst of a pilot and were busy collecting data from the 35 people who eventually completed the programme.
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Calling on potential Buddies!

Would you like to support people wanting to make plans for their later and end of life? Are you a good listener with a positive outlook on life and believe that it is never too soon to have a conversation about the future? We are
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A sunflower with each of the 11 tips in the article written on one of its leaves

11 tips for staying independent with dementia

This is an extract from a post by DementiaWho.com. We are grateful to DementiaWho for sharing it with us and hope it will help anyone who has recently received a diagnosis of dementia, or is supporting someone who has.  You know, that old adage: use
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Daughter visiting mother in hospital

Hospital visits: necessity or nice-to-have?

Hospital visits are in jeopardy again in certain parts of the country. It is easy to understand why hospitals wish to reduce risk of spreading the virus, but the damage done to confused and scared patients is often irreversible when no-one is on hand to
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Still procrastinating?

We were ready to start trials of the My Future Care Handbook – we had programmes lined up with a hospice, a hospital and with groups supporting people being cared for at home. It was March 2020 and I’m sure you don’t need a reminder
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A spectrum of needs

It has become quite fashionable these days to apply the concept of a spectrum – traditionally considered in terms of autism (as in being on the autistic spectrum) – to many aspects of our lives. So whether we’re talking about our sexuality, character traits or
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