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Virtual Reality boosts residents well-being

Virtual Reality boosts residents well-being

Virtual Reality exercise equipment has helped boost the well-being of residents of the Belong Warrington care village.
Ed Russell, WCS Care’s Director of Innovation and Delivery; Christine Asbury, WCS Care’s CEO; Mark Pawsey MP (Rugby and Bulkington); Brian Kerr, BAT Foundation Ambassador; and Ian Craigton-Chambers, BAT Foundation Trustee and Creative Director; and (back l to r) Pearl, who lives at Drovers House, and regular visitor Mr Rathod

WCS Care launches ‘world first’ table tennis therapy

WCS Care has introduced the ‘world’s first specifically devised therapy table tennis table’ to its homes to help improve the lives of older people and people living with dementia.
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Steps taken to further care

Stairclimber specialist Stanley offers its solution for safer care hom
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Power Plate® Partners with Aevum Care

Power Plate®, the leaders in whole body vibration training, are delighted to announce their partnership with Aevum Care, a company dedicated to improving the quality of life for older people.
Sheila Lycholit, Martin Green, Vic Rayner, Christine Asbury, Avnish Goyal, CHP and members of the Oomph! team

EXCLUSIVE: Get on board the Oomph! bus

Care Home Professional joined the great and the good of the care world to get a taste of a new national programme designed to enhance the health and well-being of care home residents.

Impey launches easy to use shower door

Wetroom manufacturer Impey has launched its Elevate half-height door which allows easy shower access for people with limited mobility.

New management confirms speaker line-up for Naidex 2017

Naidex is delighted to be partnering with Care Home Professional for the shows return to the Birmingham NEC on the 28 - 30 March for the 43rd instalment of the most influential event in the disability and care sector.
Closeup of a lonely senior man lost in thought , looking away

Tracking device launched for those at risk

Tracking specialist AMI Group has launched a state-of-the-art tracking device designed for the elderly and those living with dementia and Alzheimer’s.

Can robots help save social care?

An army of social robots is being developed by academics to help solve the social care crisis.

Toilet brings dignity boost for care home residents

State of the art technology is lending a helping hand to care home residents when they go to the toilet.