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How to support your loved one with glaucoma

By |2023-01-09T17:06:32+00:00January 9th, 2023|Live-in care, News and Views|

Your glaucoma guide: support tips for glaucoma patients In this guide, we talk about everything you need to know about glaucoma. This includes what glaucoma is, symptoms to be aware of, treatment options available, and support for people with glaucoma. What is glaucoma? Glaucoma is a disease that affects your eyes. It is often characterised [...]

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Christmas activities for elderly loved ones

By |2022-12-01T13:37:31+00:00December 1st, 2022|Live-in care, News and Views|

As Christmas approaches, elderly people might rely on their friends, family, and carers to keep them engaged in fun activities. Why Christmas activities for the elderly are important Christmas activities for the elderly can help your loved ones feel less isolated and more involved in the festive cheer. This article features a few great suggestions [...]

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What is a CQC outstanding rating for live-in care agencies and why is it important?

By |2022-07-28T10:30:45+00:00July 28th, 2022|Live-in care, News and Views, Oxfordshire Live-in Care|

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) website is a useful place to research and read inspection reports. It’s important to understand the quality of care that providers you are considering are offering. Mumby’s is fully regulated, inspected, and rated by the CQC in England. We are proud to have a CQC outstanding rating in our inspection [...]

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Care and support for deafblindness

By |2022-06-27T09:18:54+00:00June 27th, 2022|Live-in care, News and Views|

Established in 1984, Deafblind Awareness Week is celebrated throughout the last week in June. We aim to raise awareness for those living with deafblindness. Deafblind Awareness Week is always at the end of June to commemorate Helen Kellar’s birthday on June 27. Helen Keller’s work made a huge difference to the field of sight and [...]

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Epilepsy – Breaking the stereotypes

By |2022-05-27T09:12:01+00:00May 27th, 2022|News and Views|

Epilepsy is a neurological disorder affecting the brain activity and causing frequent seizures (bursts of electrical activity in the brain that generate abnormalities in the way it functions). In other words, your brain cells are constantly sending messages to each other through “electrical activity”. During a seizure, the brain gets a sudden burst of electrical [...]

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Care and support for MS

By |2022-05-23T17:02:25+00:00May 23rd, 2022|Live-in care, News and Views|

Being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis can be life-changing. Through our experience of supporting people facing MS and their families, we know that most people prefer to stay in the safety and comfort of their own homes.  Staying at home with specialist support for MS means that you can continue to live life your way while [...]

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Meet our new Care Team Manager, Karen

By |2022-04-03T17:15:13+00:00April 3rd, 2022|Live-in care, News and Views|

Mumby’s are delighted to welcome Karen, or Kaz as she’s known, to the Care Management Team. Kaz joins Mumby’s at a time of rapid expansion in the new role of Care Team Manager. As Care Team Manager, Kaz will be overseeing our Care Managers and all of our Live-in Carers. Qualifications and experience to support [...]

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Stroke care for the elderly

By |2022-03-24T15:47:05+00:00March 24th, 2022|Live-in care, News and Views|

Watching your loved one recover from a stroke can be difficult. When an elderly loved one suffers a stroke, their rehabilitation can be lengthy and, often, unpredictable. There are many ways you can support your loved ones through their recovery, including making modifications to their home, encouraging daily exercises, and empowering independent movement. You might [...]

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Hip fracture surgery post-op care

By |2022-02-22T19:27:48+00:00February 22nd, 2022|Live-in care, News and Views|

Hip fractures happen when the upper part of your thigh bone (femur) breaks. This is most common in older people or those with osteoporosis. Surgery and physiotherapy can help you regain independence and mobility. In this article, we’ll explore what a hip fracture is, what hip fracture surgery entails, how it affects people with dementia [...]

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What does a live-in carer do?

By |2022-01-19T14:57:31+00:00January 19th, 2022|Live-in care, News and Views|

What do live-in carers do? Live-in carers have one of the most rewarding occupations – they help to care for others and perform tasks for them like household chores and personal care. This means that the person being cared for can stay at home and enjoy the companionship and emotional support that a live-in carer [...]

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