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Coronavirus in care homes

Coronavirus in care homes: how care has been managed in cases of Covid-19

As the Coronavirus pandemic swept the globe and hit the UK earlier in March this year, care homes were put under more strain... Read full post

5 Ways to improve mental health and well-being in elderly care homes

The UK’s population is growing, and the over 60s make up over 20% of us, and with people living longer, there is expected... Read full post
To highlight quality to sleep

Managing and Assessing Sleep Quality

Nourish’s Head of Customer Experience, Daniel Hollingworth, talks about the importance of a good night’s sleep, and what can be done to improve... Read full post
How to stay connected to those in care

How to stay connected to those in care

We’re living in strange times at the moment. With the world on lockdown due to the concerns regarding the spread of Coronavirus, and... Read full post
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Focusing on the well-being of carers

According to the latest report published by Skills for Care, there are currently an estimated 1.49 million people working in adult social care... Read full post

Better sleep habits for the people we care for

Sleep disturbances can come from many different sources but those related to illness need extra care and consideration. No matter the condition, a... Read full post

Christmas Activities for Your Care Home

It seems that Christmas is well and truly upon us! Mariah, Sinatra, Bublé and even Bieber are clearly going to be unavoidable for... Read full post

Age is Just a Number

On the 17th & 18th of October we are joining the 2018 Care Show at the NEC in Birmingham. This year we wanted... Read full post

Smiles in the aisles, tickle your fancy?

I believe that people should live life with a smile on their face. Smiles breed smiles, and furthermore, they cost us nothing 😊.... Read full post

Maintaining Fitness in Later Life

Without actively maintaining fitness and strength, day to day tasks can become increasingly difficult to carry out. A sedentary lifestyle in later life can produce... Read full post

Taking Care of the Carer

More and more we are openly talking about the importance of Mental Health, and this critical change in our culture is having a... Read full post
art therapy

The Benefits of Art Therapy in Social Care

Art therapy is a form of psychotherapy used to encourage self-expression through creativity. Generally, it can help improve emotional well-being and overall quality... Read full post
Hydration and Nutrition

3 Ways Nourish Encourages Good Nutrition and Hydration

This week it’s Nutrition and Hydration Week, where people are encouraged to raise awareness of the health benefits of eating enough of the... Read full post

How a Carefully Designed Electronic Care System Can Enhance Your Care Team

The future of care management systems is digital. The days of seemingly endless, extensive paper recording, printing and filing – the days spent... Read full post
Integrated person-centred care

Hydration & Nutrition For People With Dementia

Today’s article looks at some of the great new tools being pioneered by the Bournemouth University Dementia Institute (BUDI) to help carers to... Read full post
Dignity in care

What are the 10 Dignity Do’s and dignity champions?

When we speak about how you can deliver dignity in care, it might be hard to conjure up an exact idea of what... Read full post
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Seeing a person, not just a person who needs care

At Nourish, we believe passionately that care should be all about people. We put the person needing care at the heart of everything... Read full post
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Creating Caring Communities: the Role of Care Providers

Engaged communities improve care quality and deliver benefits to families, those receiving and proving care. And whilst this sounds obvious, councils, care agencies... Read full post