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  • Lifted's digital platform aims to simplify elderly care
  • Lifted's digital platform aims to simplify elderly care
    Abi Howard (2019) ©
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Lifted's digital platform aims to simplify elderly care

An ageing population and lack of resources can often put a strain on Britons trying to care for their elderly relatives. Lifted is looking to ease this stress with an easy-to-use digital platform that offers transparency and ensures high-quality care with a personalised approach.

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