Communities across the country are continuing to benefit from grants awarded by the Care UK wellbeing foundation. The theme for grants this year is to support local groups and charities that increase the wellbeing of people through arts-based projects.
With more than two million people in the UK predicted to be living with dementia by 2051, one of the UK’s largest providers of residential care, Care UK, has published Good to Go – a guide to overcoming the challenges of getting out and about, aimed at transforming the experiences of those caring for loved ones living with dementia.
Residents at the new Prince George House care home in the Ravenswood area of Ipswich were joined by relatives, the Care UK team, Suffolk County Council and the local community to celebrate the opening of their new home on 25th.
In her first article, Pauline Houchin, Care UK’s new head of care & clinical services, welcomes the increase in interest and funding that dementia care and research is receiving.
Mary Hayes, a resident at Crabbe Street care home and Charlie Brock, a resident at Sidegate Lane home were delighted to take a first look at their new, state-of-the-art home, Prince George House, which is currently being built in the Ravenswood area of Ipswich.
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