We often look for companies and bloggers who are able to offer advice, knowledge or just a helping hand to our customers in their day to day lives. Today, we're featuring Age Space who have a friendly online service to offer that may prove useful to you and your family.
People are living longer and here at Age Space we feel that is something to be celebrated!
We are a national website with regional microsites across the country, guiding anyone with concerns about, or caring for an ageing partner, relative, neighbour or friend. Dubbed the 'Mumsnet' for the middle aged, we're a one stop online resource packed with free impartial advice on all aspects of elderly care.
The site is divided into sections taking you on a care journey - Where to start, how to make living at home easier and recognising when extra care is needed at home to making emotional and practical decisions regarding care homes. It's covers a wide range of subjects such as – healthy diets, travel, recognising signs of dementia, legal and financial worries, a calendar of local activities for keeping active, a directory of services and a forum for people to share their experiences and advice.
Whether you’re facing an immediate crisis, or are just beginning to worry, at its heart Age Space is a friendly online conversation space where anyone can ask a question or find the answer to something of concern.
For more information visit www.agespace.org
Five Facts about Age Space
• Age Space launched in 2015, Norfolk was the first microsite rolled out in 2016
• Microsites now in Norfolk, Sussex & Dorset - with more in the pipeline
• We work with regional experts to offer advice on legal, financial, End of Life, Care and Independent living.
• 9500 people visit the website each month
• 1200 people are using the forum