Caring for the vulnerable in our community means support must exist to help them remain at home for as long as possible.
The adage ‘Home is where the heart is’ rings true for all of us. Our homes after all are places where life happens; where great memories are made of happy times with our family and friends. We all have things we cherish about our homes – from a garden view, a comfortable chair or simply the sigh of relief we all feel closing the door after a busy day.
For older people and those living with complex needs, they are also places of dignity and independence. We know that staying at home means remaining part of the community and being able to pop to the local shop or chatting with neighbours can really help to reduce loneliness and isolation. Continue reading