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A day in the life of therapy dogs Mac and Jess

It has been scientifically proven that the mere action of stroking a pet slows the heartbeat, reduces blood pressure and can even make someone who has already suffered a heart attack much less likely to have another. Jude Scott, Practice Educator at our Dee View Court neurological centre in Aberdeen, blogs about how her dogs became registered Therapets.

New hospice director realises childhood ambition to work at historic Thorpe Hall

As a little girl, sitting in the back of her parents’ car, Allison Mann remembers driving past the 17th-century Thorpe Hall in Peterborough and saying "I want to work there". Now she does...