Blog Archives - The Good Care Group

Stroke Awareness Month

Make May Purple, runs annually each year to help raise the awareness of stroke and the impact it can have on the individuals and their families. Despite being a leading cause of death and disability, strokes are often misunderstood and

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Becoming a Carer in Scotland

The Good Care Group have provided excellent live-in care throughout Scotland for over 10 years, thanks to our incredible professional carers and our dedicated head office team based in Edinburgh. We’ve learnt that working as a live-in carer in Scotland

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International Women’s Day 2024

March 8th is recognised as International Women’s Day, this worldwide event celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. It also serves as a reminder for accelerating women’s equality.  Our team consists of individuals from various backgrounds, gender

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Celebrating special moments with home care

Live-in care provides you with the opportunity to remain in the comfort of your own home, surrounded by familiarity and the countless memories you have made over time. At The Good Care Group, we have professional carers who are not

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What makes a good carer?

If you or your loved ones have decided that you could benefit from home care, you might be wondering about the qualities you should be looking for in a carer. A carer is often responsible for the well-being and safety

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Stoma care at home

The Good Care Group has provided award-winning, CQC-rated ‘Outstanding’ specialist care services across the UK for over 10 years. Our stoma care is designed to help you live a purposeful and meaningful life in your own home whilst providing the

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The cost of companionship care

According to Age UK, there are 1.4 million lonely older people in England and many more across the rest of the UK. As we get older, the loss of a spouse, health conditions, mobility issues or simply living far away

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The cost of hourly home care

Hourly home care is provided to people living in their own homes who require additional support with day-to-day life. Popping in for care visits as little as one hour per visit, our carers can help with anything from cooking and

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