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Link Between Alcoholism & Dementia

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between alcoholism and dementia, its very interesting
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Summer 2016

Read about home care services in the
latest free edition of 50+ magazine

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Absolute Care And Support aquire top 10 award for 2015 for their home care services by

July 2015

Sponsored reverse bungee for Cancer Research UK by Absolute Care & Support staff

May 2015

Our first roadhow at Stalybridge Careers Day

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Oct 2014

The latest FREE edition of 50+ Magazine out now with articles on travel, interior design, personal health and much more.


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June 2014
Absolute Care & Support are proud to display the glowing report recieved from the Quality Care Commission. You can read the complete document by clicking on the report to the right
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To view our page in the Quality Care Commission website follow the link below
May 2014
Absolute Care & Support receive a glowing accolade from the North West Ambulance Services. Click the image to the right to read the full letter.
April 2014
Pick up your FREE copy of 50+ Magazine and read all about choosing the best Home Care Service.
March 2014
Absolute Care And Support sign up to the Social Care Commitment. Click the banner to read more.
Oct 2013
Charity attacks 'rise' in 'disgraceful' short care visits
   

 

 
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Short care visits to elderly and disabled people are "disgraceful" and on the rise, a charity has claimed.

In England, 60% of councils use 15-minute visits, which are not long enough to provide adequate care Leonard Cheshire Disability says.

The charity says such visits can "force disabled people to choose whether to go thirsty or to go to the toilet".

The government said the Care Bill would prevent "inappropriate" short visits but would not outlaw 15-minute visits.

Leonard Cheshire wants a ban on what it calls the "scandal of flying 15-minute visits", lobbying the government to prevent the practice in England
(read mone on the BBC News Website)

At Absolute Care & Support we do not agree with the fifteen minute policy and strive to spend no less than 30 minutes with each of our clients. The fifteen minute policy is outlined in Local Government Guidelines, but at Absolute Care & Support we always discuss what care is required by our clients in our initial meetings, and then base our visit times according to what the client requires & requests.
   
 
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