What is Osteopathy?

What is Osteopathy? Osteopathy is an established system of diagnosis and treatment which places special emphasis on the structural and mechanical problems of the body. It seeks to overcome a wide range of conditions, disabilities and pains, that result from disturbances of the body’s framework and moving parts. How do Osteopaths treat? Osteopaths work with

Celebrate Age Network

Aims of Celebrate Age Network (CAN) To promote the involvement of older people in the planning, development and monitoring of services across different sectors. To actively pursue consultation/involvement opportunities for older people by linking them with existing statutory and independent services and resources. To explore how older people, including those who are socially isolated, want

Older People

Men aged 65 and women aged between 60 and 65 are eligible to claim their state pension, which means that many people this age are in the position to retire. However, some people may choose to continue to work or decide to retire before they reach this age. This report aims to understand the contribution that

What’s new? Phased Retirement

Phased retirement was introduced to add flexibility to drawing benefits from a personal pension. Basically, it divides your pension fund into one thousand little policies allowing you to draw the combination of tax-free cash and annuity income from each one separately. The concept is to encash (vest) the exact number of plans each year to