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Everycare Hastings hold another great community open day at the Manor Barn.
Thanks to those who attended our recent care advice clinic held at The Manor Barn.
Situated in the historic Bexhill Old Town, the Manor Barn is a traditional Sussex long barn brimming with charm both inside and out. The splendour of its exposed wooden beams, ornate stone fireplace and wood panelled walls is complemented by its delightful formal garden setting, covered walkways and sublime ruins of the old Manor House.
We look forward to visiting the venue again soon. If you were unable to make the event and would like advice on your loved ones care needs, please contact us today.
Thanks to everyone who visited our stand at the Priory Meadow shopping centre on 4th January!
Everycare Hastings staff provided information and advice on home care to visitors to the shopping centre. It was a great way to meet people from the local area and to hear their experiences and needs with regard to caring for their loved ones. Also to be able to provide our experiences and information on our care services.
All in all,we had a wonderful day!
Singing in groups can make you happier and reduce anxiety and depression, according to a new study.
The research by the University of East Anglia (UEA) in collaboration with the group Sing Your Heart Out has revealed that people who took part in a community singing group maintained or improved their mental health.
The combination of singing and socialising was found to be an essential part of recovery because it promoted an ongoing feeling of belonging and wellbeing.
Lead researcher Prof Tom Shakespeare from UEA’s Norwich Medical School said: “We found that singing as part of a group contributes to people’s recovery from mental health problems.
“The main way that Sing Your Heart Out differs from a choir is that anyone can join in regardless of ability. There’s also very little pressure because the participants are not rehearsing towards a performance. It’s very inclusive and it’s just for fun.”
The format is also different to a therapy group because there’s no pressure on anyone to discuss their condition.
For more information visit the homecare.co.uk website
More than 1,400 NHS dementia patients well enough to go home at Christmas will be stranded in hospital, warns the Alzheimers’s Society.
Lack of social care funding ‘turning wards into waiting rooms’ as figures shows dementia patients are delayed up to 10 times longer than hospital patients without the condition
More than 1,400 people with dementia who are well enough to go home will be stranded in hospital on Christmas Day, a charity has warned.
The Alzheimer’s Society said the lack of social care funding was “turning wards into waiting rooms” as an investigation they carried out revealed dementia patients were delayed up to 10 times longer than patients without the condition.
To read more visit the Independent news website