Living well, living longer.
Courses and workshops for mid-life planning
and retirement preparation.
"The first 150 year old person is probably alive right now", an American zoologist,
Steven N. Austad of the University of Idaho, predicted last year in an edition of Scientific American devoted to the quest to beat ageing. His confidence came from the rapid progress made in gene research which is providing answers concerning the ageing process. In the UK. the Queen Mother's 100th birthday focused attention on the growing number of people who are currently living longer due to healthier lifestyles and improvements in medicine and public health. In 1951 there were fewer than 300 centenarians alive in England and Wales. By 2036 official statistics suggest that there could be over 40 thousand centenarians. The population aged 80 and over in 1998 was 2.3 million and will gradually increase to nearly 6 million by 2050.
Preparing for a long life.
All of these points are dealt with on our courses particularly on our
one-day Financial Planning Course.
These are simple questions to which we all, if we are honest, know the answers. Our courses consider the mechanics of keeping fit and healthy and then goes on to discuss motivation and ways of maintaining enthusiasm. Our Health page provides a few websites that follow up on themes from the course.
This course aims to ensure that participants are aware of how their life is likely to change and explores ways in which their quality of life can be maintained and enhanced in retirement.
Many pre-retirees ask why similar courses weren't available to them
earlier in life.
The course relates the life planning themes of financial security, good health, personal relationships and the fulfilling use of time to sound financial planning.
We also provide a one-to-one consultation service. The major themes of retirement and mid-life are discussed confidentially and help with personal plans can be provided if required. (For example you may want to compile a CV for future work or business applications.) Personal financial advice, which can only be given by a registered Independent Financial Adviser, is provided by Andrew Forbes of Retirement Planning Associates. He provides a free, financial plan for you after a thorough discussion. If you would like to know more about RPA and their services try their website: www.retireplanask.co.uk or email Andrew directly : firstname.lastname@example.org
For further details about our courses
and services :
Affinity Membership Services Ltd (Room 1 Ground Floor)
Or phone +44 (0)20 8531 6060
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