01 May 2022

Dying Matters

Every year at MHA we recognise Dying Matters Awareness Week as a moment to encourage everyone to get talking about end of life in whatever way, shape or form works for them.

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11 April 2022

Walter Hall seminar - past, present and future of social care

The Walter Hall Seminar, named after the founder of MHA featured discussions on social care past, present and future.

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08 April 2022

Dementia care: Making the right decision - Hillary and Paul's story

Choosing to place a relative living with dementia into care can be one of the most difficult decisions you will ever have to make. Read about Hilary and Paul's story and their journey with dementia care at MHA.

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02 April 2022

Digital adoption within MHA Communities

From the early days of the pandemic it became clear that the need for digital connections had increased in importance across all age groups.

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29 March 2022

Tips to stay positive in harder times

Our Digital Content Specialist shares some of her helpful tips and advice to help you stay positive.

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23 March 2022

The importance of music therapy in care settings

The focus of a music therapy session is to support residents who are living with dementia or individuals who have been identified as having a specific need for additional therapeutic support.

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16 March 2022

The importance of chaplaincy in later life

Chaplains walk in the cracks, they are often the glue that can hold a community together through good and hard times, and they are able to shine a light in the dark places.

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10 March 2022

Shining a light on end of life care

Talking about dying is often kept for dark, quiet corners in our society; words to be whispered, if spoken at all, feelings to be guarded. It’s something that, as a chaplain, I’m passionate about bringing those conversations into the light.

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20 January 2022

What does social care need in 2022?

It’s been a tumultuous two years for many around the world, and those working in health and social care. The sector has been propelled into the throws of the pandemic and it has been a double-edged sword.

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