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Author: Fred Lloyd George

An interview with Fred Lloyd George – Debrett’s

Fred Lloyd George spent six years in the army, including in Afghanistan, before moving on to work in the care sector. After several years at a start-up and then working for NHS Digital, he teamed up with his business partner Alex Hamilton to set up Hamilton George, which provides tailored live-in care and housekeeping support. Debrett’s spoke to Fred about building a team during a pandemic, his key piece of advice to business founders, and how to have conversations about care. Can you tell us about your background before you set up Hamilton George?   I was in the Welsh 
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It’s time to talk about care – Hamilton George Consultancy

No one chooses to think about a loved one getting to the point in their lives where they need help to live comfortably at home. At the point where families recognise that support is required, there’s very often little understanding of care options or even how to talk about the emotionally-charged issues involved.   This lack of knowledge can lead to impulsive decisions, which not only involve family members sacrificing their own standard of living, but very often are not in the best interests of the individual requiring support.  We believe it doesn’t have to be like this.  We have launched 
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Plans to ‘overhaul’ the social sector – but don’t forget the carers

By Fred Lloyd George It is good news that social care is at the forefront of political agendas. Regardless of the details surrounding the reform announced by Boris Johnson last week, and the means to pay for it, the drive to ‘solve’ systemic issues with the way care is provided in the community and it’s interlinking with health and the NHS has opened up conversation and highlighted the dedication of hardworking carers.   It is interesting that the social care sector, as well as welcoming the investment and potential reforms, have shown concern over how carers will be treated and 
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Planning Your Family’s Care

We hope many of you are enjoying the latest season of the excellent BBC comedy Motherland. For us there was one scene that stood out – the moment that Julia realises she will need to provide full time care for her mother. The horror; the shock; the screaming into a towel; this may be over-dramatised, but it is certainly representative of a position that many in the ‘sandwich generation’ find themselves in. We have a lot of very difficult conversations with senior members of our family, whether it is inheritance, funeral arrangements or financing retirement. However it seems that care 
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