The London Assembly will soon be looking into health inequalities in London. What kinds of health inequalities that affect older people in London do you know about? Could be either in NHS care or in adult social care. Inequalities between people in different areas? Inequalities in treatment between older and younger people? It would be …
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Retirement will happen to all of us unless we have never been employed or we are dead but is there or has there been enough discussion around retirement and how people make the transition from work to retirement.  What does retirement mean to people?  It is likely to mean very different things to different people. …
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Summer has come at last and it is lovely to see the sun instead of all those dull, grey clouds but for many people the heat and humidity is very uncomfortable. We know that people with existing medical conditions such as respiratory and/or cardiovascular disease, diabetes, renal problems to name but a few are at …
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Older People in London

June 19th, 2013 | Posted by Mark Windisch in London | Older People - (3 Comments)

It is not easy to be an older person in London. Despite the benefits that we have of free travel on transport systems there are issues of the way younger people behave towards us. This is not universal but I do think some education and publicity would help with some of these problems. Although in …
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