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March 30th, 2023

Advance funeral planning can help make the funeral process easier for everyone involved, and give you more control over your own funeral. With the average funeral costing between £4,000 and £5,000, according to Which.co.uk, money can also be a big reason why you might want to plan your own funeral. This guide will look at…

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March 30th, 2023

If you’re looking at holidays for over 60s, then a senior cruise could be just what you need. Cruises take care of everything, from food and entertainment to activities and relaxation. In this guide, we run through the benefits of a senior cruise, what to expect from your voyage, and tips for making the most…

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March 27th, 2023

If you’re still enjoying driving over 70, then it’s likely you’ve had your licence for several decades. You might be wondering if you need to renew your driving licence over 70 or if there are new driving rules for over 70s. This guide explains when it’s time to renew your licence, how a driving assessment…

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March 27th, 2023

The benefits of golf are great for everybody, but it can be an especially good activity for seniors. In fact, most golf players in the UK are aged 60 or over. Here, we look at the benefits of senior golf and how golf is a great way to stay fit and healthy both physically and…

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March 21st, 2023

Palliative care is a specific type of nursing care that’s offered to people with a terminal or life-limiting illness. This may be terminal cancer, or a degenerative condition such as Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s disease that’s in a late stage.  If an elderly loved one has been offered palliative care, it’s natural to wonder exactly what…

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March 8th, 2023

There are 1.3 million stroke survivors in the UK according to The Stroke Association. When you recognise the signs of a stroke, speed is of the essence and acting quickly can lead to the best outcomes. This guide will explain what a stroke is, the symptoms of a stroke, what causes a stroke and how…

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February 28th, 2023

If you or a loved one are aware you need a little extra help in your day-to-day life with everyday tasks, it can be difficult to decide whether employing home carers or moving into a care home is the right choice for you.  There’s lots to consider when making your decision, from how much each…

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March 3rd, 2023

Making the most of your later years and discovering new retirement hobbies is key to a longer life. Staying active, both physically and mentally, is extremely important for all of us. In fact, research from Public Health England has shown that 1 in 6 deaths every year is as a result of inactivity. Not only…

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February 28th, 2023

When a loved one is diagnosed with dementia, it can be a worrying time. It’s natural to wonder about how the condition will progress, and to start researching what you can do to support them, from where to find dementia care to the best foods for those living with dementia to eat.  With this in…

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March 21st, 2023

Thinking ahead to life after retirement is an important next step. The cut and thrust of daily life will begin to slow down, freeing up more time to enjoy hobbies or simply rest and relax. It’s natural to want to find a place you feel completely comfortable in and to think about any practical help…

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