Providing dignity and respect for older people

Imagine the scenario. You are an older person who lives alone. Perhaps your husband or wife died a couple of years ago. Your children are now adults who have moved away and are busy with their own kids and jobs. Unfortunately, you have a fall at home spraining your ankle and banging your head on …

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Supporting those living with cancer

“People think they should be happy, they should be on top of the world after beating cancer and going into remission. But the reality isn’t like that, and that’s often the point when people need us the most”, explained Hilary, Volunteer Program Lead at Cavendish Cancer Care. “When they are feeling guilty about the way …