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Caring can be a highly stressful job; a role that is often recognised as selfless. It requires a great deal of physical and emotional energy. Usually, difficult caregiving experiences with a loved one feel immensely rewarding. However, it is important to note that in order to take care of others, you must learn to care for yourself along the way. It is normal, as a caregiver, to experience periods of extreme stress and anxiety. You must try to incorporate de-stressing activities in your daily life to help manage stress for your physical and emotional well-being. 
Dementia is an umbrella term used to describe a range of progressive neurological disorders, that is, conditions affecting the brain. There are various types of dementia, of which Alzheimer’s disease is the most common. Some people may have a combination of types of dementia. Regardless of which type is diagnosed, each person will experience their dementia in their own unique way. 
Here are some of our top tips for making sure you and your loved ones stay safe in the summer sun.  
If you would like a career in care, here are the vacancies we have available.  
Right Care Domiciliary Care Agency has been recognised as a top 20 recommended home care provider in the East of England.  
If you are looking for a career in care then take a look at the job opportunites we have! 
TV chef Jamie Oliver has told MP's that the childhood obesity crisis is a catastrophe and called on “every single minister” in every government department to help him tackle the problem. 
While we think sugar reduction is an important measure to reduce the risk of Type 2 diabetes, we are aware that people living with diabetes may rely on sugary food or drink to manage their hypos. We will talk about some of the concerns and advice given to people using sugary soft drinks and foods to treat their hypos. 
As we are (hopefully) stepping into spring do you feel like getting out and about more?  
Perhaps you are stuck in a job with no future? If you answered yes read on!  
A stroke can happen to anyone at any age, at any time. It is vital to know how to spot the important warning signs of a stroke as early as possible, in yourself or somene else.  
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