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Caregiver news January 2020

With the UK General Election out of the way, new and old policies around the NHS and care are now moving forward again. In this issue’s news: Hospital doctors lack confidence in video appointments NHS officials found to be charging for advice on NHS Continuing Healthcare funding Free hospital parking on the horizon for some […]

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How to Enjoy Your Retirement Fund

Collaborative Post Planning for retirement is something that most of us have been taught from a young age as something that’s important. However, retirement doesn’t look the same for everyone and whilst the norm up until now has been to save that money and use the retirement fund to live off. Things have changed a […]

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Reduce Stress In Old Age With These 3 Tips

Collaborative Post Getting old is an inevitable part of life, and different people look at it from different perspectives. For some people, it is the start of a new point in their lives, where they can truly relax and enjoy life, with no work-related stress, no worry of raising a young family, no peer pressure […]

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News bits

In this week’s news we look at the fall in bank branches and ATMs; property, pensions and retirement income; cost of living in privately rented property; latest figures on scams; growing complaints about abuse of Lasting Power of Attorney; eggs and heart disease; and day surgery shake-ups in NI.   Age and the cashless society […]

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How to make downsizing a good experience

Sarah Macnaught, founder of London-based home organising company Rightsize, shares her hints and tips for helping your parent decide what to keep, what to sell and what to give away when it comes moving their belongings from the family home. When downsizing becomes a pressing need for a parent, due to illness, bereavement, finances or […]

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