Find some useful resources below:
Which? Elderly Care gives free, independent and practical advice about caring for older people across the UK.
Find out more: which.co.uk/elderlycare
The National Institute for Health Research provide information on
A one stop shop for free advice on care fee funding for older people.
Find out more: careaware.co.uk
Learn about NHS and self-funding options, managing direct payments, and other ways to pay for your care.
Find out more: moneyadviceservice.org.uk
The leading UK Care Home website with over 37,000 care home reviews.
Find out more: carehome.co.uk
Helping you make the right choice about care.
Find out more: saga.co.uk
The dementia brain tour is a free educational video resource that includes chapters on the brain and how brain cells function, Alzheimer’s disease, Posterior Cortical Atrophy, vascular dementia, dementia with Lewy bodies, fronto-temporal dementia and other rarer causes of dementia.
Find out more: alzheimers.org.uk
This guide is for people affected by dementia to help with choosing a suitable care home. It suggests some issues to think about and questions that may be useful to ask staff when visiting potential care homes.
Click here to download the PDF
Information about benefits and grants available for older adults such as transport, TV Licence and Winter Fuel.
Find out more: householdquotes.co.uk
For information about Dental Care for the elderly.
Find out more: Age UK
Dementia Action Alliance brings together leading organisations across England committed to transforming health and social care outcomes for people affected by dementia.
Find out more: Exeter Dementia Action Alliance
Age UK have produced the LifeBook, to enable you to record and find important information about your life, without having to sort through file after file.
Find out more: Age Concern Life Book
The UK’s online funeral resource.
Find out more: Funeral Zone
The NHS provide the following advice on preventing falls.
NHS Falls Prevention