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Clarity Care Consulting

Amazing new residential care homes and nursing homes

At times it can be easy to lose sight of some of the progress being made with the delivery of care and the provision of services in care homes, especially with the news tending to focus on everything bad, rather than what is good. However, there are some great new care homes being built in […]

Continuing Health Care Success For Our Clients

CHC funding Success We’ve recently been successful in applying for Continuing Health Care (CHC) funding for two of our clients, individually saving them nearly £2000 per week in care fees. In both cases they had been privately funding their care for several years, paying approximately £86,000 per year. Both clients receive our Monitoring Service, so […]

Finding care in a crisis

Since Christmas, we have been incredibly busy advising and supporting families needing to source care either at home or a residential care home for their elderly relative across Hampshire, West Sussex and Dorset. I’m incredibly proud of the Clarity team and how many care options they have put in place for our clients, including sourcing […]

Care as Christmas Approaches

Christmas is rapidly approaching and at Clarity Care Consulting we’re going to be busy working right up to the last minute, putting care services in place, be that care at home or finding a place in a residential care home, to allow our clients to have the best possible family Christmas. Coming home from hospital. […]

Hampshire Care Awards 2017

Last night I was lucky enough to be a guest at the HDCP & HCA Care Awards 2017. The room was filled with over 150 inspirational people working in the care industry. Staff from care agencies and residential homes were there to celebrate in style, from chefs, carers, and managers and others picking up lifetime […]

Taking care of the elderly on Bonfire Night

With Halloween over with we are fast approaching Bonfire Night. With many of us attending local firework displays and bonfire parties with our loved ones, there will be many vulnerable people who will be scared and confused. The weekend as a whole could be very confusing causing heightened anxiety for those who have Dementia, especially […]

Halloween and the elderly

It’s Halloween this week and although it is fun for you and your children to get dressed up in a Halloween costume and go trick or treating door to door, this can be distressing for the frail and elderly. Remember that an unexpected knock on the door, especially now the clocks have now gone back, […]

A case for dignity in care

Visitors to the Clarity Care Consulting offices regularly ask why we have a suitcase sitting in the corner of our office, often joking if one of the team has just moved out of their home. In many ways they are not as far off the truth as they realise. We are often asked to help […]

Grandad’s Rose

Just recently I’ve been reminded how powerful nature can be and how plants evoke memories about our elderly relatives. These can be as powerful for some as music can be for evoking memories for others. For many days throughout the summer I found myself checking out the rose in my front garden in Waterlooville. I’m […]

Help to the end – how we helped a client with changing care needs

Three years ago, we were contacted by a firm of solicitors who asked us for help with an elderly client of theirs. The gentleman was struggling at home and required home care to enable him to keep his independence and remain living at his home.  He didn’t have any surviving family who could help him […]