Language is very deeply ingrained in all of us. It reflects our families, friends, cultures, and identity. Becoming aware of our own biases and how this appears in our language is the first step in educating ourselves to to do better.
Due to travel restrictions this year many family's will not be able to celebrate Christmas together, this holiday season you have the opportunity to make a positive impact on those around you who may not be fortunate enough to spend it with loved ones.
Five ways you can help make their day!
Multiple Sclerosis Auckland fundraiser – ‘Life Buoy for MS’ Christmas event
With summer just around the corner you and your family will be spending more and more time outside enjoying the sunshine. There are a few things you need to keep in mind in order to stay safe this summer.
Being a caregiver is a vital role. We have gathered our top tips to share because we know first hand that the role can be overwhelming and exhausting.
In today’s blog post, we’re looking at New Research from Auckland University’s faculty of Medical and Health Sciences about the influence of phone calls, texts, emails and video-calling on how some older people experience loneliness and isolation.
Read our top 5 blogs for stories and information about caregiving. They offer insight and support to those in many different situations.
Support worker etiquette advice from Rene, an ex-Caregiver now working as a Coordinator for Care on Call.
We've just bid farewell to our Clinical Manager Judith - here, she shares her experience working at Care on Call.