Following the crippling cyber attack on the NHS, here are some top tips from The Telegraph.
The White Bus Cinema presents ‘The Wizard of Oz’ dementia friendly cinema at the Palace Theatre, Southend-on-Sea. For further details, please click here
STOP & THINK: Would you know what to do to try and help protect yourself against fraud? Click here to visit the ‘Take 5’ campaign website, which gives some great tips and advice.
If you are a company and would like further information of preventing fraud, why not visit our specialist division: Click here
Older people’s charity Age UK is calling for more collaboration between health, social services and the financial sector to recognise the signs of financial abuse.
Scamming money out of people is a lucrative business for fraudsters, but there are many ways to prevent yourself becoming a victim. We think this Guardian article has some great advice for you.
Nicholls Law are aware that our elderly clients are particularly vulnerable to this kind of fraud. For the full article, click on the link below which will take you to the Action Fraud website run by the City of London Police.
From 7 September, the Office of the Public Guardian (OPG) is changing the way it classifies its levels of supervision for deputies.
If you would like further information about the role of a deputy, visit our Deputyship page, or give us a call on 01702 804 130 and we would be happy to help.
Dementia affects the way people communicate as their ability to process information weakens and their responses become more delayed. This article gives some excellent tips on how to communicate more effectively with those living with dementia.
Dementia Dog is an innovative pilot scheme focused on training dogs to help and support people living with dementia.