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Caring for the caregiver

22 November 2017
Currently, more than 15 million adults provide care to relatives, saving the formal health care system billions of dollars an…

FAVOURED TIDINGS

15 December 2016
As the hot sun glazed down on us at the Kiambu Cancer Support Group walk, Lydia Kimunya, a soft spoken, will empowered, middl…

Fighting beyond the shadows

01 June 2016
' Winnie' not her real name, a 56 old lady was admitted to our institution with broken legs following a tragic road a…

PAINLESS AFFAIR

03 November 2015
“Sister, nipatie ile yoghurt kabla utoke, hiyo ndiyo inatoa uchungu (Give me the usual yoghurt before you leave, it relieves …

This isn’t really me, is it?

13 October 2015
Helen Andrews writes about the impact cancer and its associated treatments have had on her body and how this affects the way …

Private lives played out in public

17 August 2015
Private lives played out in public was Brisbane lawyer Brian Herd’s abridged description of residential aged care, delivered …
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