A Meaningful Life
Latest articles and thoughts from Meaningful Care Matters
“It’s in the details” – could we do better in supporting families?
Whilst supporting my mum looking after her husband in a care home in the last year, I have noticed how much less critical she is
Family as Care Partners: More than a Visitor
The recent global pandemic saw people living in care homes abruptly separated from their families and loved ones, in an effort to keep them safe
Think ‘Significant Other’, Not Just Relative
Last week I met with 84-year-young Pat, the former carer of my late uncle Illtyd. Illtyd was a gay man whose partner Christopher died having
Talk about Emmerdale – Making each day special
Towards the end of her life my Mum became very frail. We were able to help her stay in her own home for a long
Making meals a social event in times of Covid-19
‘So – how do you socially distance and provide a positive and meaningful mealtime experience for your club members to enjoy? At the Bradbury Wellbeing
Helping people to enjoy a mealtime – What do you see?
In her April Blog, my wife Joy wrote about her Dad, Ray who lived at Wren Hall Nursing Home in Selston, UK. ‘Food was a