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Everycare Central Hants – the leading care provider in Winchester

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Everycare Central Hants has provided home care services from our Winchester based office for many years. We are firmly committed to Winchester but do also serve surrounding areas such as Twyford, Colden Common, Chandlers Ford, Bishopstoke, Eastleigh and Alresford.

Everycare Central Hants is now one of only a few private providers of home care with an office based in Winchester with competitor companies leaving the town to locate elsewhere. We believe that our commitment to the town together with our good local knowledge of the area and the needs of the local community, help us provide a quality of service for our clients that cannot be beaten.

Our office in Winchester has excellent transport links as we are close to Junction 9 of the M3 but is also easily accessible from the town centre.

If you would like more information on Winchester’s leading care provider please contact us today on 01962 842548.

Sainsbury’s introduces ‘slow shopping’ for elderly shoppers

sainsburysA British supermarket is trialling a weekly ‘slow shopping’ session to help elderly or vulnerable people shop in a “safe” and relaxed environment.

It aims to make shopping easier for people with anxiety or mental illness, those who are elderly or have disabilities, and those with dementia. It offers dedicated times where staff are aware of the needs of shoppers and greet them before helping them shop.

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Scientists reveal how to prevent Alzheimer’s disease

Disabled home care services in BristolThere’s plenty not to love about being middle-aged. But by the time today’s forty- and fifty-somethings reach the age when they may develop Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, it’s likely we’ll know more about its early signs and probably have drugs to treat it.

Scientists have revealed that brain stimulation, not brain training, is essential in preventing cognitive decline. That means scrap Sudoku and learn a language!

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How gardening can improve mental health

gardening mental health hampshireWhether you’re feeling depressed, or just a little anxious, getting out in the garden can make a world of difference for you.

A survey of 289 gardeners conducted by The Conversation found that gardening improved self-esteem and reduced feelings of tension, depression and anger. By becoming more ‘present’ and being in the moment, you can calm your anxious mind. Toiling in the garden can also allow you to become more aware of your senses, which can be very restorative.

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