Welcome to All Together Better
‘All Together Better’ is a fresh, new way to a healthier lifestyle. We have two specialist areas; helping the frail elderly to remain mobile and independent with our Bendie exercise programme and helping people with cancer to remain active during and after their treatment.
For our frail elderly clients we use our Bendie programme to offer individualised exercise plans, compiled after careful clinical assessment by our trained health care professionals. We offer exercise classes of differing intensities in care homes and are happy to work with you in your own home.
For people on their cancer journey we offer careful assessment of current fitness levels and devise a specific, safe exercise regime.
Jane Hall and Marion Foreman are both very experienced registered nurses who know all about exercise for elderly people. If you, or someone close to you would like to know more about how to stay active and independent for longer we can help.
Marion is also a qualified personal trainer has spent many years nursing people on their cancer journey and is fully qualified to offer support and encouragement to help you to remain active at any stage of treatment and recovery. Jane has spent many years working with older people and is a health and wellbeing coach. She is very experienced in elderly trauma, especially hip fractures and most recently she worked in older peoples rehabilitation.
Please visit our Bendie page for more information and a full explanation of our skills and services which are available throughout the UK as we have access to other qualified personnel who have joined us as part of the team at “All Together Better”
Marion has worked for many years in cancer care as a nurse and has advanced Personal Trainer qualifications in Cancer Rehabilitation. She runs the ‘Get Active’ programme for people on their cancer journey, and can bring this expertise to you. Marion also specialises in teaching exercise for older people to other Personal Trainers across the country.
We aim to make exercise a part of everyday life in your care home and offer a comprehensive scheme to help you to ensure that every resident is encouraged to be as mobile as possible for as long as possible.
Exercise is known to have many physical benefits and also to help with mood and prevention of dementia. Keeping fit is one of the best ways of avoiding admission to hospital!
Whether you are newly diagnosed, undergoing treatment or surgery or your treatment has finished, Marion and her team can help. We know that it is easy to ‘lose yourself’ when you are coming to terms with cancer, but we can help.
We offer a free initial consultation so that together we can find out what support you need and how we can help. Proud to be working with Macmillan Cancer Support.