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World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

September 20, 2016 3:45 pm

Come down to Home Care Preferred on Friday 30th of September at 10:30am for copious amounts of cake, tea, coffee & chats in support of The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning for Macillan Cancer Support. More details from Laura Brassett on 020 8364 3670

Home Care Preferred team member Sue Peck completes charity run

September 20, 2016 3:39 pm

Sue Peck is familiar with dementia having cared for her own Dad as well as many clients at Home Care Preferred. She recently raised money for Alzheimer’s Society in a fundraising run.  Everyone at Home Care Preferred is very proud of Sue and her committment to help find a cure for dementia.

Top tips to avoid elderly parents being scammed

September 20, 2016 3:06 pm

Scams target people of all ages, backgrounds and income levels without discriminating. However, the elderly and vulnerable are particularly at risk. The best way to help fight the scammers is for you and members of your family to take steps to help you not get caught in the first place.  Top tips  

A trip down memory lane

September 20, 2016 3:00 pm

A lovely photo of one of our clients reliving his youth – taken by his live-in support assistant on a recent day trip to the RAF Hendon Museum

A wonderful community centre

March 1, 2016 1:13 pm

The Ruth Winston Centre is a registered charity whose mission is to promote independence, well-being and activities for the over 50s in Enfield. Ruth Winston Centre has around 1100 members and offers 60 classes and/or activities per week exclusively for the over 50s. In addition to learning and staying connected with others, we promote healthy living and well-being through our faciliation of additional services such as blood pressure checks, chiropody, hairdressing, flu jabs, stroke clinic, health trainer advice and support to name but a few. Ruth Winston Centre is a place where information of interest to the over 50s may be presented and exchanged. For those who otherwise would spend their days at home alone it is a vitally important...

Jean Dawson says it’s yoga, which she started aged 67, that’s helped her to reach her 100th birthday!

February 24, 2016 1:12 pm

Jean first started yoga after seeing an advert in her local area. She credits yoga with changing her life, saying that it has “helped cure aches and pains.” Aside from easing pain, Jean also says the yoga has helped her posture, balance, concentration, flexibility and stamina. Attending regular classes also means Jean has made some great friends. According to Jean’s yoga instructor, Christine, Jean is a role model for others – proving to everyone that if she can do it, so can they. Jean added that it’s about doing what you can, “A few years ago, I could do all the handstands and everything but I have to stop doing those now due to my blood pressure, but yoga has...