A story in the Guardian caught my eye, titled:
“Price of dementia: the families struggling to get NHS help” (you can read the article on the Guardian website by clicking the title)
It’s inevitable that as we all get older and our loved ones need more help we are left in a world of few answers to some big decisions. Stories of woe and financial hardship are a cause for fear to individuals who are already feeling vulnerable. My advice, give someone a call and get some peace of mind. Advice is free and if we can’t provide the answer we will know in which direction to point you.
Let’s enjoy our twilight years, we deserve to.
(Image: Tenacious Ann Reid has fought hard to get Continuing Healthcare funding for her mother Peggy Belcher. Photograph: Sam Mellish/Age UK courtesy of the Guardian.)