The Later Life Network contains the best web sites for making the most of later life
The Later Life Network started operation in 2012 and will grow during the course of this year.
Founder members and what they offer to an over 50 audience are described below but you can also visit the Later Life Network web site at www.laterlife.net .
Visit the founder members web sites:
Morethan40 is an internet radio station for our generation. Why not listen to the radio through your PC or laptop while you browse the web. It’s free and very easy to get started.
MentorMatchMe.com is the UK’s online gateway to match people who are facing a challenge with someone who’s already been there and done it.
Its Mentors provide access to their hard-won, first-hand experience, along with the sound guidance and direction needed to put strategies into action
Laterlife.com is the web site for making the most of life over 50 and especially preparing for and enjoying retirement. Over 3000 pages of valuable reference information and articles on a wide range of topics of interest when you are over 50. You can subscribe to free monthly email newsletters with new articles and information.
Planningmyretirement.co.uk is a comprehensive online resource for Planning Retirement. Guides on every aspect of planning retirement, plus actual online courses based on Laterlife’s real world planning retirement workshops. You can also try the interactive ‘Am I ready to retire?’ self assessor.
Retirement-courses.co.uk provides details of open planning retirement workshops all around the UK.
The50plus.co.uk provides a range of professional and guaranteed maintenance services to householders and businesses. By utilising a mature workforce 50plus brings experience and reliability to all customers. 50plus services include plumbing, electrical, handyman and PC support and user training. For both householders and businesses 50plus provides 'problem solving' - getting those issues resolved.
Home Exercise and Rehab.com brings together the best techniques from the worlds of Pilates and Rehabilitation
It was established by Gina John, a Registered Osteopath and Pilates Practitioner, during her work at The Princess Grace Hospital and her own London NW3 practice, The Osprey Clinic. She witnessed a significant increase in patients who needed to exercise alone at home, but who often lacked the confidence and motivation to exercise without and guidance. This led Gina to develop a selection of easy to follow, home exercise videos which are designed for specific regions of the body as well as overall fitness and mobility.