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Many adults develop some degree of periodontal disease (gum disease) as a part of the aging process, however there are steps you can take to prevent it. Periodontal disease, or simply gum disease, is the single most common cause of tooth loss in adults. This inflammatory disease attacks the gums, bone and other supporting structures …
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The reasons for a carer taking a break are many and varied, as are the options. (See also the section at the bottom of this answer: "Forward planning advised") Options for funded/subsidised services (assessment required) include: Day Group. This is generally structured so that you leave home in the morning, have lunch and return home in the afternoon. (For further info...
After you have had an assessment you may be referred to someone known as a service or care coordinator. They will discuss the recommendations with you and help organise any services that have been recommended following the assessment and that you agree to. Amongst other options this may involve arranging home support services, carer support for any carer, or talking through your options with you i...