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Community workshop - Stoke-on-Trent
Mon 17 October 2016, 09:30 – 18:00 BST
The thought of getting old can be scary and like many of life’s challenges it can be a difficult time. This is often made worse by issues such as a lack of money, a loss of job, ill health, starting to care for family, moving house or even losing a loved one.
The Later life Transitions Community Workshop, is a friendly, fun packed day that will give you the information and confidence you need to prepare for your future. It is run by Envisage and the Older People Engagement Network.
It will cover the following:
- managing disappointment and change
- retirement planning
- developing better friendships
- money and managing debt
- working and later life benefits
- the value of your state pension
- mortgages and investments
- understanding wills
- legal power of attorney
- the value of lifelong learning
- top 10 things to improve your health
Join us if you’re over 50 at Hanley community Fire Station, Lower Bethesda St, Hanley Stoke on Trent ST13RP on Monday 17th October.
You will learn about the challenges of later life and explore how you can use your existing skills–or develop new ones–to remain positive, active and connected with friends and communities.
Lunch and dinner are provided. We can also provide free transport to and from the venue. The day starts at 10am and finishes at 6pm with a hot meal. Couples and single people welcome. If you are single please feel free to bring a friend with you.
Book now via this Eventbrite page or call us on 07757 541335. Alternatively you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact details and a phone number, we will call you back to discuss booking a place. You can also find us via Facebook www.facebook.com/envisage.laterlife