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Celebrating the wonderful Alec Rubenstein’s 105th Birthday

Last week, our brilliant Service User Alec Rubenstein turned 105. Everyone at Call-In Homecare was delighted to celebrate this wonderful birthday. Shining a light on ...
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Why We Care: Fair Wages for Employees

Today we have launched our monthly campaign called ‘Why We Care’. This week we are shining a light on caring through ensuring all of our ...
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Training You to Have Confidence in Care

A career is care is a rewarding job where no two days are the same. This is the perfect path for caring and energetic people ...
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We Are Officially a real Living Wage Employer

We are delighted to announce we are a real Living Wage employer. In fact, all of our brilliant care assistants are paid over £10, making ...
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Alison Morrison shortlisted for Inspirational Clinical Support Worker of the Year Award

Exciting News! Our very own Alison Morrison has been shortlisted for a national @skillsforhealth #OurHealthHeroes Inspirational Clinical Support Worker of the Year award! Help us celebrate her ...
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Time to Dance – Scottish Ballet

In November 2019, Call-In Homecare exclusively partnered with the Scottish Ballet to bring our Service Users ‘Time to Dance’, a free dementia-friendly dance class lead ...
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Launch of Dundee Service

Call-In Homecare are delighted to share that in June 2019, we were awarded the Tender to provide Care at Home services to vulnerable adults across ...
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Alzheimer’s funding boost for Scottish scientists

Scottish researchers at Edinburgh University have received funding to explore what could be a new way of treating Alzheimer’s. The team from the UK Dementia ...
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Aberdeenshire orphan lambs helping with dementia

Spring has arrived at one care home in Aberdeenshire. A trio of orphan lambs visited the Balhousie Huntly care home. Many of the residents, who ...
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Project looks at care for people with dementia and sight loss

A project to consider how to care for the 12,500 Scots who have both dementia and sight loss is to begin. It will look at ...
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Five lifestyle tips for a healthy tummy

1. Beat stress to ease tummy troubles You may have noticed a feeling of unease in your stomach during times of stress. That’s because anxiety ...
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The importance of exercise as you get older

Physical activity and exercise can help you stay healthy, energetic and independent as you get older. Many adults aged 65 and overspend, on average, 10 ...
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