There is a misconception among many people that if they are elderly or have reduced mobility or a disability – physical or mental – or simply struggle with day-to-day tasks, that they will get some financial help to pay for support or access to free services. This is not the case.
“We are absolutely delighted to have Mich living with Mum, and so grateful to Share and Care for putting us together. I can’t believe my luck. It just goes to show that sometimes you just have to be brave and find a non-traditional solution.”
Homeshare is set to play a much greater part in helping the NHS deliver improved outcomes for older people, as the sector is more open than ever before to alternative, more cost-effective methods to support independent living for an ageing population across the UK. […]
Many people are concerned about loved ones during this time; especially with the threat of a potential second wave of coronavirus, which will result in curfews and lockdowns. Homeshare is a solution for supporting elderly people during coronavirus and beyond. It is low cost and is great at keeping up spirits A Sharer can help […]
Lark Music client Louise Kaye personifies caring but during lockdown sharing her home with a musician through the Share and Care Homeshare has brought her ‘complete joy’, she tells Private Client Director Julie Webb
SHARE AND CARE HOMESHARE AWARDED GRANT FROM 4 DAUGHTERS 23rd June 2020 – We are delighted to announce Share and Care Homeshare has been awarded a considerable grant by the charitable foundation Four Daughters to increase recognition of Share and Care Homeshare as an option for affordable live-in support to older people, and to escalate the number of […]
Our aim was to do some gentle exercise together, just 20 minutes, with the lovely Brogan Needham from Mind, Body & Goals Fitness. Brogan is a qualified personal trainer and has a Diploma in Exercise Referral. She showed us the moves via Zoom video conferencing. We also hoped it would be an opportunity for Householders and […]
The government have published guidance for the adult social care sector, which is useful while there is no transmission of COVID-19 in the community. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/guidance-for-social-or-community-care-and-residential-settings-on-covid-19/guidance-for-social-or-community-care-and-residential-settings-on-covid-19 This guidance is intended for the current position in the UK where there is currently no transmission of COVID-19 in the community. It is therefore very unlikely that anyone receiving […]