LIVERPOOL: The traditional argument for transitioning into retirement villages and care homes is that it is a safer, more secure environment than living independently at home.
But an increasing body of evidence is emerging that suggests that care compounds Read More »
LONDON: There is an assumption in the UK that the baby boomer demographic bulge will underpin the double digit growth of integrated retirement villages, despite evidence that the concept has failed to appeal to the under 80s, and Read More »
LONDON: A seminar, to be held in December, will review two new dementia care models, analyse the pressures facing care homes, aged/long-term care providers, and analyse the real depth and longevity of the dementia care business.
The two new Read More »