Our blog

Tips and advice for looking after your loved ones

Setting the Stage: Dementia-Friendly Arts

  If, as Shakespeare once wrote, all the world’s a stage, then it can sometimes be quite an intimidating one for anyone living with dementia. Even with assistance from friends, family and carers, social and cultural activities, such as attending a theatre...

Safety and Security as we Age

Safety and security are important to everyone, but can become particular concerns as one grows older. New technologies can help our everyday lives in all sorts of ways, but they too can bring their own problems and worries with regard to security. However, there are...

Companion Animals and the Elderly

As many as half of UK households own at least one pet and companionship is amongst the most often cited reasons for having acquired one. People and the animals that they live with form close bonds that can have all sorts of positive impacts on both parties. These...

Alzheimers Association International Conference Round Up – Part 2

In the second part of our round-up of research presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) last week, we look in particular at the issues of prevention and treatment of Alzheimer’s and dementia. Further information on all of the research...

Care Providers as Companions: Fighting Isolation and Loneliness

As people age, there is an increased risk of social isolation. Mobility decreases, family and friends move away, impairments to hearing or other senses make social situations more stressful and less attractive. According to the NHS, over two million people over the...

The Technological Future of Social Care?

Debates around the future of social care funding, recruitment and provision have been hard to escape from in recent months. Whatever your view on the current situation, one of the key factors in driving efficiency and reducing costs in future will be the increasing...

How Exercise can help Dementia

There are many obvious benefits associated with a healthy lifestyle and regular exercise that apply to everyone. There is also now an increasing body of evidence that suggests that exercise can be particularly effective in combatting dementia. First of all, a healthy...

Innovation in Care – the Dutch Dementia Village

At Greenwood we are constantly looking for inspiration from other care providers. We read about this provider in Holland which is using innovative techniques to care for Dementia patients in a residential setting. Unfamiliar settings and routines can be amongst the...

The Importance of Day Care

Homecare isn’t just for those who need specialist attention around the clock. At Greenwood Homecare, we provide a range of flexible day care services that can be adapted to the needs of you or your loved one. Perhaps one of the most important roles of home care is to...

Book your care assessment

Get in touch

Leave your details and we’ll contact you to answer any questions and schedule your care assessment at your convenience. Alternatively you can call  01733 808531 or send an email to  hello@greenwoodhomecare.co.uk

Home Assessment

We will agree a time to come and visit you in your own home. We will take the time to fully understand your care needs, and provide recommendations as to what type of care is required.

Care delivery

Once agreed, we will begin to deliver the care. Whether hourly, live-in, or night care, we will endeavour to deliver the best possible care.