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26 Mar 2019

Spring Time Activities For Care Homes

Activities should form a core part of the care plans for your residents, and there is an enormous amount that you can do, from music and quizzes to arts and crafts. Here are some ideas to get you started… Music and sound 1. Name that tune Doing a music quiz can be a great way to trigger...

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22 Mar 2019

A No-Nonsense Guide To Fighting Fatbergs

Today on the CLH blog, we are looking at Fatbergs! Fatbergs have been slowly increasing across the UK, with giant ‘bergs’ of fat, oil,l grease, wipes, nappies, and toilet paper being found in sewers across the country, including a mammoth one in local seaside town, Sidmouth. For businesses...

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11 Mar 2019

CLH Exhibiting At ICE 2019

ICE 2019 This week is an important one as CLH are taking part in the Innovative Care Exhibition which is being held on Wednesday 13th March 2019 at Westpoint here in Exeter. We've always supported the Care Network with the Torbay care managers events and those held more recently in Exeter as well...

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05 Mar 2019

CLH Blog - MHRA Field Safety Updates For February 2019

As always, we have researched the various field safety alerts that have been filed over the past month and have put together a roundup of the most relevant MHRA updates and recalls. These focus on recalls and updates on products and equipment that are relevant to UK care homes and other care facilities. Please...

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28 Feb 2019

Understanding Dementia & Providing Care: Part 3

Dementia is a key consideration when it comes to providing high-quality care in many care environments, which is why understanding this condition and providing the very best levels of care is so essential. To help you to do that, we've put together our three-part guide to understanding dementia and providing...

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27 Feb 2019

Understanding Dementia & Providing Care: Part 2

Dementia is a key consideration when it comes to providing high-quality care in many care environments, which is why understanding this condition and providing the very best levels of care is so essential. To help you to do that, we've put together our three-part guide to understanding dementia and providing...

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26 Feb 2019

Understanding Dementia & Providing Care: Part 1

Dementia is a key consideration when it comes to providing high-quality care in many care environments, which is why understanding this condition and providing the very best levels of care is so essential. To help you to do that, we've put together our three-part guide to understanding dementia and providing...

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20 Feb 2019

Sensory Activities Can Help Aid Memory: Here's How

The concept of sensory stimulation is to use everyday objects to help awake the senses - hearing, sight, smell, taste and touch - with the main goal of doing so being to create positive feelings. For elderly people who suffer from memory loss due to various reasons, including dementia, everyday objects that...

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12 Feb 2019

Why Every Care Facility Requires The Best Communication Tools

Running a care home can be challenging. With so much on your plate, updating your technology and equipment can fall on the back burner. But having an up to date phone and WiFi system is not only important for the smooth running of your care home but also the health and safety of your residents. 1. Use...

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04 Feb 2019

CLH Blog - MHRA Field Safety Updates For January 2019

As always, we have researched the various field safety alerts that have been filed over the past month and have put together a roundup of the most relevant MHRA updates and recalls. These focus on recalls and updates on products and equipment that are relevant to UK care homes and other care facilities. Please...

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31 Jan 2019

Is Dementia Inherited?

In the UK dementia affects one in six people over the age of 80, while there are 40,000 people under 65 living with dementia. This means that in the UK there are currently 450,000 people diagnosed with dementia. A common question about dementia is whether or not it is hereditary. The fact is that a lot...

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21 Jan 2019

A Guide To Choosing Disposable Incontinence Pads

While a high absorbency pad is seen as being a crucial aspect of choosing the ideal incontinence pad design, it’s important to bear in mind that that isn’t the only crucial factor - there are various aspects that you need to think about. The fact is that high Absorbency is no substitute for...

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