Love's young dream may be a well-worn phrase but hearts, flower and romance are certainly not confined to 20-somethings, as Gill Currie finds out.
Seniors are reaping the benefits of greater federal and state funding through the home and community care program, Jane Igoe reports.by Jane Igoe
The end of 2012 is drawing near and for some, this will trigger a moment of self reflection. We may rethink the past year and these reflections may carry forward some intentions for the year ahead.
Dr Dominique Beck explains the running of our 'error' detector, optimistic thoughts, and how can you increase your positivity, regardless of age.by Dr Dominque Beck
Peninsula Living speaks with Dr Dominique Beck on why we all need to feel a sense of belonging - especially seniors.by Dr Dominique Beck
It’s never too late to start exercising, with new research showing it has huge health benefits including staving off memory loss, increasing flexibility and adding years to your life
“To put it simply TAFE kicks your butt into gear again,” 65-year-old Barry Ribbons states as the reason why he likes being at TAFE so much.
Arthritis is Australia’s major cause of disability and pain, with nearly one in five Australians suffering from the condition. This represents almost four million people and Arthritis Australia predicts that number will increase to seven million by 2050.by Kathryn Lamond
Seniors are increasingly embracing information technology (IT) - and not only computers and mobiles phones, but web-cams, Skype and other emerging technologies.by Kathryn Lamond
I find it fascinating to talk to people about what they expect in retirement. Choosing never to work again is, for most, a joyous occasion. For others, particularly those who have retired due to ill health, it may not bring happiness.by Janne Ashton
If you want to stay independent as you age, exercise should be part of your daily routineby Kathryn Lamond
The old adage “use it or lose” is just as true for your mind as it is for your body.by Kathryn Lamond
There is plenty to consider before deciding on retirement living. Consider your options carefully and seek legal advice before taking the plunge.by Kathryn Lamond
If all your assets are locked up in your home and you don’t have a cent to rub together, then help may be at hand. Peninsula Living looks at several types of ‘loans’ that have been designed to help retirees live a less spendthrift life.by Rowena Bennett
Superannuation may be a headache for many people, but when you near retirement age, you'll be glad you had it. John Osborne, Managing Director of Osborne Yuille, explains why.by John Osborne