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Senior Care Support Services are pleased to be able to offer a bespoke, empathetic and affordable service to assist in your search for an appropriate care outcome. Our dedicated team offer a caring solution with legal, financial and holistic support to ensure informed decisions can be made.

Senior Care Support Services was formed by Geraldine Davies who has worked within the later life care sector for a number of years as a Family Liaison professional in the West Midlands, Worcester and Warwickshire area.

Geraldine’s main focus has been to support individuals and families make informed decisions as to where they, or a loved one, will reside, whether that be at home with a domiciliary care package in place or a move into an appropriate care home environment.

Geraldine understands that process can be a very emotional, confusing and stressful time, especially when dealing with the complexity of the care system for the first time.


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Telephone: 01564 743 067
Mobile: 0779 8703 007


Dementia Care here in the UK

Recently read this article from the Care Industry New on Dementia care and thought it worthy of sharing ……….. It is difficult to maintain a positive demeanour when considering the heartless inevitability of dementia in Britain today, and the limited options available for giving those living with it a reasonable quality of life. One in six people over the age of 80 has dementia, most commonly Alzheimer’s disease. It comes like a thief in the night and triggers loss of brain function, creating conditions such as memory loss, confusion and speech problems that are usually progressive and severe. There are 850,000 people with dementia in the UK, with numbers set to rise to over a million by 2025. This will soar to two million by 2051. 225,000 will develop dementia this year – that’s one every three minutes. And one in every three children born this year will live to 100. It has the makings of a perfect storm for the care sector, for charities, for government agencies and local authorities who are trying to source funding for care – and, not least, for families who will see their loved ones effectively disappear before their eyes. Families, particularly, are woefully unprepared for the implications – practical, financial and emotional – of dementia and what it will mean for those who have to look after an elderly relative in the years of steep decline. Perhaps understandably, few people prepare for such circumstances financially, since dementia is unforeseeable and often manifests itself in small increments which are increasingly tolerated until the point of crisis. Even care professionals can underestimate the enormous... read more

Finding the ‘right’ care home

If you are at that point in your life that you are having to start looking at sourcing an appropriate care home for you, or a family member, and haven’t a clue what a ‘good’ care home looks like, and even if the care home of choice is appropriate, then Senior Care Support Services are here to help you.  Why not email us your contact details and we can send you our up to date guide on ‘What a good care home should look like’.  This is a comprehensive guide, with lots of tips on things that should be important to you during your ‘all important’ search. Email us at: read more


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