Guides and support
Supporting loved ones
Guide to planning for later life and discussing retirement plans with loved ones
At Anchor Hanover, we know the way to get the most out of your retirement years is to think ahead, talk about it with your family and friends – and do some planning. Find out more.
Meeting the emotional needs of people living with dementia
Meeting the emotional needs of people living with dementia can be hard. Often a person with dementia can have trouble expressing themselves and can become frustrated as a result. Find out more about s
Dietary requirements for people with dementia
Sometimes people with dementia can have a poor appetite or lose interest in food altogether. Find out more about the different ways you can help boost appetite and encourage a person to enjoy mealtime
Activities for people living with dementia
People living with dementia should have access to a wide range of carefully considered individual and group activities, with plenty of opportunity to socialise with others. Find out about the importan
Adapting living environments for people with dementia
It’s important to create safe and supportive environments where people living with dementia can live comfortably, maintain their independence and not feel restricted in any way. Find out more.
Guide to supporting a loved one with dementia
Little can prepare someone for being diagnosed with dementia but care and support from the early stages can help. Covering many common concerns, these pages have been written to help you.
A carers guide to respite care
Respite for carers holds benefits for both carers and loved ones. Find out more about respite care and short care breaks in our respite care guide for carers.
Conversation starters and ice-breakers when planning retirement
Discussing life changing decisions can seem like a daunting prospect but using the right conversation starters can help begin conversations in a positive manner.