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Care Homes/Supported Living:
Reflexology for your residents

Patient et infirmière

According to the national census of care home residents in 2004, it appears that more than 50% of residents are diagnosed with dementia, stroke or other neuro-degenerative diseases.

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Reflexology and care home

Many studies have been conducted to establish the impact that reflexology can have on health, and in particular for conditions whom care home residents are suffering. Click below to see a panel of analyses or comparing research showing the impact of reflexology on care home residents (such as elderly people or people suffering from dementia).

Reflexology is also already available on the NHS, in particular within hospitals, at cancer units*, for supporting people with cancer and sometimes also their family or carers.

*For example; Richard Dimbleby Unit, St Thomas’s Hospital, London, the Beacon Centre at Musgrove Park, Taunton,  Somerset, and at the Fountain Centre, Royal Surrey Hospital, Guildford.

Choose your option

Depending of the type of treatments requested, several options can be proposed, with different time durations

45 or 30 minutes treatment

Adapted for a total relaxation or regular treatments - Also adapted for palliative care treatments

15 to 20 minutes taster sessions

Particularly adapted for care home

Hand reflexology is particularly appreciated by elderly people

For any questions, specific requests or to receive a proposal, please contact me

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