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Half a Million Older People Due to Spend Christmas Alone

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And, according to Friends of the Elderly, 62% of us believe we could do more to help them but we don’t know how. See the recent Yorkshire Post article. We know from our own experience that independence is coveted but

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An Aged Population

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Number of people reaching 100 years old jumps by 70% in a decade Better nutrition, standards of living and healthcare have all contributed to us living longer, so much so that there are now over 14,000 people aged over 100

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Are you the filling in the sandwich?

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So-called ‘sandwich generation’ reaches 1 million people in the UK According to recent reports there are now over 1 million people in the UK who are part of what the media has dubbed the sandwich generation; those who are supporting

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Crowdfunded!

Celebrate crowdfunder success

Target Successfully Achieved On 11th September we launched our Crowdfunder campaign with the aim of raising £5000 to help fund live field testing for the MonitorGO device. We’re delighted to announce that we have now achieved that target! Many thanks

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Are you falling or ‘having a fall’?

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A friend of mind recently mused “at what age do you stop ‘falling’ and start ‘having falls’?”. I’d not really considered this before but there certainly does seem to be a cut-off point when falling ceases to be something that

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That would be good for…

Help for an older person

Over the course of the last few months, as we’ve been developing the MonitorGo device, we’ve spoken to quite a number of different partners and suppliers as well as our own friends, families and colleagues. The response to the idea

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