Research published today in Neurology suggests that staying in school for longer and keeping your brain busy may help to delay some of the brain changes seen in Alzheimer’s disease, but only for people with the ApoE4 gene. 393 people aged over 70 without dementia were divided into groups based on their education history, […] Continue Reading
SY Care & Support is a family run business and one of the fastest growing trusted providers of care services
We are a family with an inherent desire to care for and support individuals who are deemed incapable of supporting themselves. This desire was passed down from our mother who compassionately did such all her life and whose legacy we want to preserve for future generations to come.
Now, having the resources and the experience we have come together to put this into action on a larger, more comprehensive and organised way. We strongly believe that people have a right to individuality with free and full self expression even with the support of others; no matter their social, economic, religious or physical disposition.
Our aim is to build on that train of thought in collaboration with care teams, social services and other stakeholders to bring meaning and a brighter future to people in various communities around the World.
The Directors of HPC are delighted to announce that we have further strengthened our consultancy team with the appointment of Dr Amanda Mackey. Amanda joins us as a Researcher and brings with her a wealth of experience. Following education in Columbia and Princeton in her native USA, Amanda completed a PhD from Bangor University. She […] Continue Reading
The 2015 NHS Staff Survey, published today by NHS England and the Picker Institute, is the largest ever collection of feedback about what it is like to work in the NHS in England. With nearly 300,000 responses, the survey provides very reliable evidence both nationally and for 297 participating organisations and shows that: […] Continue Reading
A care home worker who averted disaster when a fire broke out and another who brightened up the lives of her residents and colleagues, despite traumatic events in her own family, have been recognised in the first national awards for employees of care provider brighterkind. Jane Hall was working at a laundry assistant at Hallhouse […] Continue Reading