Dementia is not inevitable….

16th August 2017|CCG Blog|

Recently I went to see my mum. She is in her eighties and has become increasingly forgetful. Once a sprightly and fiercely independent lady, going on regular foreign holidays with her devoted husband, she now gets very confused, and her world has constricted to her home. The main cook and housemaker, she now needs encouragement to [...]

My marathon journey

9th August 2017|CCG Blog|

In April this year I ran the Manchester Marathon, not my smartest decision, but I wanted to be able to say I have managed one! I enjoy running – it’s great for stress relief and helps to keep my weight down. I have always wanted to run at least one marathon so completing a marathon in [...]

Planning ahead

30th November 2016|CCG Blog|

As I write this I am reliably informed that there are 31 days, 11 hours, 15 minutes and 56 seconds till Christmas and counting. Once again I am left reflecting on my resolution last year to not leave my Christmas planning until the month before but to have thought well ahead throughout the year, making lists [...]

Introducing… Big white wall

1st June 2016|CCG Blog|

Being a dad and sharing the house with teenagers, it’s easy to see how technology appeals to them in their everyday life. My daughter Gila (pictured to the right of the photo, with me and her sister), has recently introduced me to the wonders of Facebook, and I am amazed at the different ways people communicate across [...]