A pill for Alzheimer’s is on the way thanks to an unlikely source of Brussels sprouts. 
The experts from Durham and Aberdeen universities are creating a supercharged version of the acid produced by vitamin A rich vegetables like sprouts, carrots, spinach and tomatoes. Scientists say the festive food contains a nutrient which combats neurological disorders including dementia. Human trials could begin in the next two years! 
A major study suggests Millions of people have a greater risk of developing dementia because they live near a busy road. 
Scientists have found people exposed to traffic fumes and noise were up to 12 per cent more likely to develop the disease. 
And among these people those at the highest risk are those living within 50 metres of a major road in which up to one in nine cases of dementia might be caused by traffic exposure. 
We would like to wish all our staff and service users a Happy New Year
We would like to wish a Merry Christmas to all our service users and staff. Right Care would not be one of the most recommended agencies in East Anglia if it was not for our amazing dedicated staff who again without hesitation will give up part of their Christmas with their families to ensure other people are cared for. 
I am proud to have these exceptional people part of my team and want to personally thank them for all they do. 
Keaz Kadar 
Senior Manager 
We have won another prestigious award !!!! Right Care are pleased to announce we are listed in the top 10 recommended homecare agencies in East of England and the only agency to make it from the Colchester area. 
We would like to thank all of our staff for their hard work and dedication. 
Right Care would like to say a big well done to our Staff and Service users who took part in the pier to pier walk. It was for a brilliant cause and Sponsor money is on way to you all. 
We were asked as a leading home-care provider on our opinion on the investment for community care please check full report here... 
last month proved Right Care Ltd is leading the way in providing home-care for the elderly and people with learning disabilities we have had a massive 43% increase in people using our services then in the same period in 2015. 
Following pressure from a group of health and social care organisations, a cross-party commission to review the future funding and structure of health and care services in England has been proposed in the House of Commons. 
Former care minister Norman Lamb has tabled a bill calling for a cross-party commission to review the future of health and social care in England, which is supported by two former health secretaries, Conservative minister Stephen Dorrell and Labour minister Alan Milburn. The bill was approved for a second reading by the House of Commons on 8 January and is expected to have its second reading debate on 11 March 2016.