Caring for the generation
that first cared for us.


Guide: How To Make Your Space Dementia Friendly

  Dementia care is a huge part of Bright Care so naturally, accessibility for people with dementia is an important matter for us. With the Edinburgh Festival Fringe coming up,…

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Memory Book

Top 8 Tools To Help Older People Live Happily At Home

Sometimes it can be the simplest of tools that can make all the difference   We recently asked our companion carers and clients to tell us about the products which…

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Signs Of Decline

How To Spot Signs Of Decline In A Loved One

There are many small signs of decline which might signal the need for extra help if spotted in an elderly loved one. It is vitally important to take action if…

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Days Out Edinburgh Castle

Days Out And Entertainment For Your Elderly Loved One

Finding the right place to take your elderly loved doesn’t have to be a challenge   We’ve compiled a list of our favourite places in Edinburgh and Glasgow that are…

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Dementia Days Out

Days Out For Loved Ones With Dementia: Our Top Tips

The thought of taking an elderly person or a person suffering from dementia doesn’t need to be daunting Where should you go? Will they enjoy it? Will there be sufficient…

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Elderly Nutrition

A Brief Guide to Good Nutrition for Elderly People

As we move through the decades of life our nutritional requirements change   The degree of change will be driven by lifestyle, nature, genetics and to some extent, luck. The…

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Tips for Handling the Medication Needs of a Loved One

Looking after the medication needs of another person is a huge responsibility, and can often become quite a complicated tasks.  Here are our top tips on successfully assisting someone manage…

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Older People and Driving

Driving is a very sensitive issue for most older people. The more objective the family is about their driving skills and abilities the more successful the family will be in…

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Caring for the whole person

When I started out on my journey in care I suppose I was a bit naïve, we are conditioned to think that only the physical needs are important, you know……

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