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A fantastic opportunity to join our  Live in team to provide cover for our P.A’s and care workers abscence, annual leave and emergency cover. You will be working with a variety of service Users in London and the South East who … Continue reading


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The government have announced that there will be a social care cap set at £75,000 and the means-tested threshold will rise to £123,000. That means that once an individual has contributed these figures towards their care the government will provide … Continue reading


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Phew….. the power is back on – the team have phones and PC’s and ready to take your calls !


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11.2.13 at  14:00 We have a power cut at Abbots and PA Care offices and the phone lines are out. Please call us on our work mobiles:  07815 958482 / 07872 020028 / 07500 015285 / 07794 688876 Will update … Continue reading


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We are often asked by our Live In customers how to manage working time for their Personal Assistants. The Live In model of care is highly valued by the people who use its services. It offers flexibility, independence and control … Continue reading


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Ed Miliband has fired a huge broadside at celebrities who make light of mental illness as he unveiled plans to tackle “the biggest unaddressed health challenge of our age.” The Labour Leader signalled out Jeremy Clarkson and Janet Street-Porter as … Continue reading


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The Government is under mounting pressure to reform controversial tests to assess whether people with mental health problems are fit to work. A cross-party group of MPs is lobbying for swift change to work capability assessments, which they fear put … Continue reading


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Stuffing your face on junk food will not only make you fat – it could also give you dementia. A bad diet triggers Alzheimer’s by poisoning the brain according to scientists who believe that evidence is growing which shows that … Continue reading


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Prime Minister David Cameron is set to help tens of thousands of elderly people who are forced to sell their homes to fund long-term care. Reports suggest that he will implement recommendations that cap the amount individuals pay at £35,000 … Continue reading


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A quarter of vulnerable disabled people in care homes – including those with challenging behavior and autism – are at risk of being shut up in rooms or held down in arm locks because staff do not know the rules … Continue reading


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