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Approximately 1.3 million people in the UK are affected by a moderate or severe learning difficulty, and 286,000 of these are children between the ages of 0 and 17. For many of these people managing their independence, particularly when they…


Memory loss and forgetfulness can become frustrating; not just for the person living with dementia, but for their friends and family too. So we’ve come up with some ways that you can use to remind them, reducing everyone’s frustration…


We understand your worries as a parent or guardian of a child living with epilepsy. So we’ve put together some helpful advice for when they go to university..


Animal-assisted therapy has been proven to brighten up people’s days, which can be vital in a care home setting. Find out in this article just how they can help…


There have been several stories recently of people who have been able to naturally reverse type 2 diabetes. So guest writer Katrina Rice has listed out 6 steps to help you do just that…


Thanks to the Talking Reminder Clock, Alex now has peace of mind that his mum, Eleanor, is taking her medication at the correct times.


We’ve selected some interesting news articles from the past few weeks, including seven things we now know about dementia that we didn’t last year…


At telmenow.com, we understand the concerns that you may have after a diagnosis of heart disease, so we have put together some advice to help you deal with your anxiety…


For parents of older children at high school, allowing your child to walk, cycle or pop on the bus to school can be a big concern. So we’ve come up with a few tips to help you keep them safe…


The Embrace Epilepsy Watch has life-changing capabilities, and Paul Jones, a Primary Assessor from Wigan Council’s Early Intervention Team, has written about how the Embrace has allowed Kayleigh to regain her independence.