Blog 17/01/2023

Home Care and How It Works

There has been an increase in the incidence of chronic and long-term conditions among the elderly population, a rising urbanization trend, emigration, inadequate public health facilities, and a growing use …

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Blog 16/01/2023

13 Reasons Why Should Have a Medical Check-up Even If You Are Not Sick

Health Check-ups have a great impact on health outcomes According to a UK study, of the 1.5 million adults in England who have taken up the NHS health check-up, one …

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Blog 14/01/2023

Working as a Care Worker

There is a growing demand for care workers globally. In the UK, US, Canada, Ireland and other Western countries, the demand is driven by an aging population and the shortage …

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Blog 11/11/2022

Surprise Findings from Nigerian the Digital Healthcare Survey 2023

Various sectors of the Nigerian economy – banking, commerce, education, hospitality, transportation, and others have experienced significant growth in digital transformation over the last two decades. However, the health sector …

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Blog 11/03/2022

Migrating to the UK as a Carer – The New UK Care Worker Visa Explained

Migrating to the UK as a carer might sound like an easy task, but when you get into the planning stages there are many things you need to think about. For example, it’s important that you learn more about the upcoming new UK Care Worker Visa, so here is a breakdown of everything you need to know.

Blog 15/10/2021

Taking care of your elderly ones in the 21st century, using digital platforms

Taking care of your elderly ones is a cultural tradition that reaches back decades or even centuries, depending on the country’s history. In this day and age, there are many digital platforms for taking care of your aging parents, helping them live in their homes as long as possible and improve the quality of their lives.

Blog 13/10/2021

Would you rather stay in the past and risk the future of your loved ones?

Our parents or guardians took care of us by themselves without any help, when we were young, so it is a Nigerian custom to reciprocate it… Well, things are changing …

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Blog 19/09/2021

5 Ways to Care for Your Elderly Parents in Nigeria

As you get older, your body’s physical and mental health needs change. Many people have parents that are seniors or elderly, but realize when it is time to start transitioning their care to other family members. There are many things you can do to care for your elderly parents in Nigeria.

Blog 12/08/2021

Health Entrepreneurship 101: 15 Money Making Opportunities for Nigerian Health Workers

Did you know there are numerous money making opportunities for health workers in Nigeria? Dr Chris Ngige, the Nigerian Labour Minister caused a massive media storm in 2019 when he …

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