Is writing a will on your “to-do” list?

Some people feel that they don’t need to make a Will – perhaps they think they’re too young, or that they don’t have much to leave

Caring for someone you love at the end of their life is never easy… we have partnered with the wonderful Anne Robson Trust to learn how we can best support our loved ones. This wonderful organisation s

Understanding and addressing loneliness among older adults over Christmas

The festive season, a time synonymous with warmth, joy, and togetherness, can often be a poignant reminder of solitude for many older indi

The Centre for Better Ageing: The State of Ageing Report 2023

The incredible team at The Centre for Better Ageing have once again produced an outstanding report that tracks the health, wellbeing and f

National Advocacy Awareness Week 2023!

Welcome to National Advocacy Awareness Week 2023 where the theme this year is “What is Advocacy?” For us the question is a sim

Mast Cell Activation Syndrome and how it can affect older adults

What is Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS) and why does it matter to older people? Well the simple fact is that is: Incurable Debilitati

Paranoia in older adults

Let’s talk about something important today – paranoia in older adults. It’s a topic that doesn’t get enough attention,

Alan’s leukaemia story

It started with a persistent sore throat. I thought it would be OK by the time I would be going skiing in 10 days, but it was no better. O

Why banks must offer alternatives if they are going to close local branches

David’s story Gemma cares deeply for her dad David, who is a vibrant and active man, living independently in a rural setting in his eigh

Technology and older workers

Here on this page we have been talking for some time about the rise in numbers of older people staying in work and what this means for the


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