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Seniors Helping Seniors sat down with Franchise Direct UK for a Q&A showcasing our franchise opportunity. Watch this video to learn more about why our business is unique and how you could be part of it!

photo of Sally Wilse filming the Q&A about work for the ageing population

Q&A about our work for the Ageing population

John’s Campaign is a not-for-profit run by Nicci Gerrard and Julia Jones

When Nicci’s father died in hospital in horrific circumstances, Nicci and her friend set about ensuring it would never happen.  John’s  Campaign started November 2014 and thousands of institutions have taken action. Great news for our ageing population.

John’s Campaign applies to all hospital settings: acute, community, mental health and its principles extend to all other caring institutions where people are living away from those closest to them.
John’s campaign know our work and asked Sally Wilse how the company helps the elderly

Seniors Helping Seniors knows one third (33%) of people living with dementia who go into hospital with unrelated conditions, never return home. Statistics say just under half (47%) of people with dementia who go into hospital are physically less well when they leave and just over half (54%) of people with dementia who go into hospital are mentally less well when they leave.

 Hospital admissions need not be detrimental and feared and we were asked how we help our clients to ensure their hospital stay is fast and efficient, they also asked us what happens to people when they get home. As a population ages arise more frequently. We support the belief that carers should not just be allowed but should be welcomed in hospitals, and that a collaboration between the patients and all connected with them is crucial to their health and their well-being.

John’s Campaign asked us  how how we help elderly clients who need intervention and what is special about our work.

‘Why I love my Job’ was written to support the campaign and to describe the positives of carers being in the right place at the right time for clients

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Johns Campaign Certificate

September  26th  2018

Entrepreneurs looking for fulfilment, profit and personal reward are attracted to Seniors Helping Seniors because it is a home based management care franchise,  running costs are low and because it helps solve some of the problems arising from an ageing population.

Making Money and StartupbusinessUK explore

10 Care and Elderly Services Franchises

Exploring Seniors Helping Seniors Elderly care franchise

Exploring Seniors Helping Seniors Elderly care franchise

1st August 2018

#EthicalFranchising The two  reasons we chose franchising as our expansion process are 1. local knowledge is everything 2. small, caring organisations react faster and consistently. Seniors Helping Seniors is a solid, profitable people management business with massive social impact. Work for yourself, not by yourself in  our team is amazing and our franchisees will tell you this is the best job they have ever had.


Seniors Helping Seniors a Top 20 home care group in UK

Top 20 Home Care Group

Top 20 Home Care Group

Seniors Helping Seniors (UK) Ltd has won the award for being one of the Top 20 home care groups in the entire country

April 30th 2018 is a reviews site, listing all registered UK home care providers to help people search for the right care


The  Top 20 Home Care Award is  based on nearly 10,000 reviews by service users and family / friends of service users

The award was based on the home care group’s reviews from the people they care for, plus their friends and relatives based on Overall Standards, Staff, Care/Support, Management, Treated with Dignity and Value for Money

Amanda Hopkins, reviews manager of, said:

“Home care providers, which treat people with dignity and respect and offer personalised care, are vital in today’s society where people are living longer with more complex conditions. They are also essential in enabling people with disabilities to keep their independence and still live in their own homes.

Seniors Helping Seniors (UK) Ltd has proved that it provides a high standard of care and we’d like to congratulate it on being a top home care group! We feel it is a real achievement to be recognised for being one of the Top 20 home care groups in the UK.


“Looking for the right home care provider can be extremely difficult. We hope our awards will help to make people’s search that little bit easier.” 


Christian Wilse, founder of Seniors Helping Seniors said:

“I am delighted to accept the award for the Seniors Helping Seniors® UK group. Every carer in the organisation gives their all, and I am so grateful that our customers take the time to review our services in this way, it’s a lovely thank you which we truly appreciate.

We select our carers for their life experience and we match carers very carefully to our clients so there is plenty to reminisce about, lots of humour and a person’s standards and expectations are understood naturally. This award shows how important having the same reliable carer is to families, and I’d like to thank everyone for writing their review.”

People love to hear real life customer experiences, and I’d like to thank the service they provide. Congratulations to the other care groups doing a great job across the UK.  We have three locations and we’d welcome enquiries from people who may be want to open a Seniors Helping Seniors in their own community.”


Please follow this link for the full list of winners Top 20 Home Care Group Awards 2018 highlight the most recommended home care groups in the UK. The Awards are based on The Group Review Score as of 4th April 2018. The Group Review Score is derived from the average of all the Review Scores of its members with a Review Score. 60%+ Members of the group must have a Review Score before a Group Review Score can be achieved.

The home care providers were rated on: Overall Standard, Staff, Care/Support, Management, Treated with Dignity and Value for Money.

 We Won the

Customer Services Award

for Local Businesses

March 29th 2018

Best Business Events and their partners, The Institute of Directors, The Federation of Small Businesses, local magazine (The Canterbury Index) and local radio (Heart radio) run a competition to reward local businesses.


Customer Services Award Winners

Customer Services Award Winner

AGILIS Mobile Customer Services Director, Tina George, commented; “Being nominated can have a positive effect on the company and its employees”  Congratulations go to Seniors Helping Seniors for the Customer Services award.
Christian and Sally Wilse run Seniors Helping Seniors UK and the Canterbury & Thanet office.  Christian explained “How our carers interact with our customers affects health and wellbeing and a family’s memories, so winning the Customer Services awards is important.”

Seniors Helping Seniors was shortlisted for two awards, Innovation and Customer Services.  Doing things very differently to other care companies and other employers was the reason for the Innovation shortlist and Christian said we “were delighted to be shortlisted to champion the skills of experienced carers.

“But there is nothing better than a Customer Services award in Care. Definitely the one to win,” he said. “It says so much about the help we provide at a very important time in people’s lives. A time that impacts a lot of people.”

The Seniors Helping Seniors mission is to improve the expectations of ageing.  Services support people to stay independent. Everything from changing a light bulb, to community trips and respite for people living with dementia.

“How we do that is where the magic lies,” says Christian. “ Respectful, thoughtful, patient and helpful throughout the client journey.”

Seniors Helping Seniors has 20 years of success all over America. Winning the Customer Services award after five years here in the UK is the result of a lot of listening to what people want. It shows how right the care model is for what people want now.

People need and want a fast response to their enquiries but they don’t want to be rushed. They want care that fits around their lives, they want flexibility, they want a fair price and to be able to plan. Above all they want a fully managed service they can rely on with back up and expertise for all eventualities.  They want the best experienced carer. They want to know the carer well and they want to get on with them.

GPs and Care Commissioners call Seniors Helping Seniors “perfect primary care” because of the long term benefits.

Seniors Helping Seniors is in three locations in the UK. Canterbury and surrounding towns and villages, Harrow & Pinner and surrounding towns and villages, and Guildford, Woking & Godalming and their surrounding towns and villages.

“With the energy, these awards create,” Christian says, “we look forward to enquiries from more people looking for support in these areas to live well as they age and from carers looking to work for a company that puts them at the centre. Happy and well supported carers, makes for exceptional customer service”

Interview with Christian after the win 

To find out more about working for an award winning care service


To find out more about running an award winning care service in  another area

 Franchise News

Franchise growth published Elite Franchise Magazine March 2018

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Reproduced here by kind permission. Read the full article on elite franchise magazine

Big Ideas Competition

We were in the final of the Dragons Den and invited back for very meaningful conversations about keeping people well and financially secure in their later years.

March 20th 2018

The Reinsurance Group of America works with Incisive Media and Cover Magazine  Dragons Den type competition to hear ideas from the community. The aim is to uncover ideas that will invigorate the life, health insurance and retirement industries. The Ageing Population is key to the future of the business.

This is the first year we entered and we were delighted to have made the final and even more delighted with the meetings that followed.

We’ve demonstrated how Seniors Helping Seniors helps solve the challenges affecting  the ageing population. We help with everyday life and retirement today, and how we help people live well and thrive.

Read more about the competition here 

Congratulations to the other finalists and a very special shout out to Caron of Caron Cares

 Franchisee of the Year and People’s Choice award finalists and our calls to entrepreneurs to run care businesses as franchisees in our UK network

February 13th 2018

Start ups The UK’s No.1 starting a business resource, asked us about the success and social impact Seniors Helping Seniors is having a year after we were  shortlisted for the Franchisee of the Year award at the Startups Awards 2017.

We call on entrepreneurs and aspiring business owners to open care businesses as part of our network. Our goal is to  offer elderly clients “flexibility, full support and peace of mind” Read more here 

 50 great tips to build a website

February 7th 2018

Start ups asked us to contribute to their free e-book on Start-up success: These tips from some of the UK’s best. Our contribution is on building authenticity and trust

“Trust and authenticity .. we have no gimmicks, lots of personality, and use optimistic colours. Quick wins like using stock photos are a no-no for us. The images we use show  real carers of a similar age to their elderly clients, who we have matched because they have similar interests, help the client fulfill their dreams, stay motivated and contribute to the activities of daily living in local community settings.”

The 14 Best Businesses To Start in 2018

January 15th 2108

Business Matters

The UK’s leading SME business magazine for UK’s thriving small and medium sized business sector.  Business Matters reaches decision makers in the SME whose businesses turnover between £200,000 to £6M. To start the New Year it reviewed Seniors Helping Seniors as part of its list of new industries about to take 2018 by storm.

Care services franchises such as Seniors Helping Seniors UK, which enables entrepreneurs to own and run home care businesses in their local areas, has seen growth ascent. Since launch in 2014, the chain has expanded
For those looking to combine profit with purpose .. the care home market presents a winning business opportunity.  Read more here

Harnessing your skills and show you care

National Story: Daily Mail

November 9th 2017

Career Mail is a regular section in the printed Daily Mail national newspaper. They often look at opportunities for the ageing population.  Knowing we provide work for older workers and business opportunities for people who want to set up their own Seniors Helping Seniors, they contacted us about management skills.  The article appeared in print and the author Linda Whitney kindly gave her permission here

Harnessing your skills and show you care

IF YOUR career background is in management, it is a useful skill to transfer to a franchise.

Christian Wilse and his wife Sally run the Seniors Helping Seniors franchise in Canterbury, Kent, employing older people to prove elderly care services.

And Christian, the UK master franchisor of Seniors Helping Seniors, is also recruiting UK franchisees with management skills and heart.

“Over 95 per cent of Seniors Helping Seniors’ 300 franchisees across the globe, left the corporate world to concentrate on doing something worthwhile with their skills” he says.

Seniors Helping Seniors franchisees match carers to clients and use their project management and operational skills for efficient scheduling and logistics.

Andy Boothman, a former management franchisee at a cleaning franchise who is considering investing in Seniors Helping Seniors, says, “My people skills will transfer well to Seniors Helping Seniors, and I will use my financial management and marketing skills. As a former franchisee I also know franchisors help you develop skills you lack.

Christian adds: ‘ we want to hear from people with management skills.  The current investment required is £10,000 so it does not usually make too big a dent in a redundancy package or pension pot.

Providing rewarding work to an ageing population

What Franchise Magazine

November 2017

Linda Whitney featured Seniors Helping Seniors®  in What Franchise Magazine to explain how our managed care service makes a rewarding business you can run from home and the opportunities of our franchise.  Seniors Helping Seniors  provides services for an ageing population, is often run by older business people and the workforce is predominantly older workers because they have the experience and love the work

Seniors Helping Seniors explains why old fashioned is best

Buy into a Fully Managed Care Service

In the very near future, it’s going to be increasingly unusual for retirees not to work.

The driving forces are increased life expectancy, economic uncertainty, a re-visioning of later years, where people want to do something useful and rewarding, and the elimination of the idea that pensions will be able to sustain us. Fortunately, there’s also greater need for the skills of older people. Especially in care.


Seniors Helping Seniors has a 20-year franchising history and an award winning care brand in the UK, which represents loving, caring, giving and compassionate care.

An emphasis on service, which could be called old fashioned, may not be the most obvious money making opportunity, but there’s no lasting substitute.

Automation, databases and dealing with people as if they’re problems that need solving in the most efficient way all make sense to the bottom line, but they’re not polite or dignified and they don’t put clients first.

Quick fix solutions have a knack of coming unstuck when things like life get in the way.

What people need when they’re looking for care for the elderly is a fully managed service they can trust. They want to be able to plan and rely on it to adapt and accommodate events in their lives and events in carers’ lives.

Seniors Helping Seniors is not greedy for profit. Every decision made is about doing the right thing for clients and staff and it’s evidence that doing good first makes great money.

Elderly care is provided by older carers with either professional care backgrounds or experience of caring for loved ones. The work is well paid, rewarding and flexible, so it fits nicely around their later life commitments.

The company has no issues attracting or retaining carers because carers are fully supported, well paid and fully respected.

The care provided is outstandingly effective because the carer is carefully matched to the client, personally introduced and the schedule is well managed. Because carer and client are of similar ages and they have a lot in common, the care is more easy to accept, even by the most fiercely independent. The objective is to keep people safe, well and living in their own homes as long as possible.


The BBC filmed a special news report on the success and opportunities at Seniors Helping Seniors. Clients are eager to have help in the south east and east of the UK as soon as possible, so the company is looking to recruit new franchisees here first.

The service provided by Seniors Helping Seniors is out of the scope of the Care Quality Commission because it’s not ‘personal care’, so the set-up costs of this franchise are significantly less than care models offering personal care.

The franchisor is a British Franchise Association member and has experience of what is takes to repeat and reproduce successful businesses in different locations. The care and support Seniors Helping Seniors franchisees receive is as outstanding as the care provided to clients.

This is a way to run your own business, as opposed to looking for work yourself at 50-plus years of age.

Helping Hand coming from the Senior Service

National Story: Daily Mail

21st September 2017

The newspaper leads with a front page story “Shame of Care Homes That Just Don’t Care” and how there are “four serious failures probed every day, 100 care firms struck off in a year and charities warning of ‘frightening crisis’” The Daily Mail’s policy editor Daniel Martin laid bare the extent of the crisis in the elderly care system and  Linda Whitney’s asked us how Seniors Helping Seniors is helping. The article  appeared in print and the author Linda Whitney kindly gave her permission to refer to her Career Mail article

Helping Hand Coming from the Senior Service

Focussing on the problems of an ageing population appeals to older entrepreneurs 

British Franchise Association

BFA’s What Franchise magazine asked us how fully managed elderly care services help families

The over-50s have come to dominate start-ups. The combination  of private pension payouts being accessible at 55, more employees being offered redundancy in their 50s and the knowledge that most 50-year-olds have another 30 years of active life are tempting more people to become entrepreneurs. 

A franchise can be a faster and easier option than setting up a standalone business and Linda Whitney asked us about the pros cons  worth considering before you invest in a franchise at 50-plus.

 Fully Managed Elderly Care Services.

Starting a business in your 50s is easier than you think!

Start ups is the UK’s leading independent online business resource, they interviewed us about our business to help them shake off the notion that starting a business in middle-age isn’t a good idea.

More than four out of 10 new businesses in the UK are started by people over 50, over 55s are now 63% more likely to start businesses than 10 years ago and those who start a business in their 50s are 42% more likely to be successful than their younger counterparts. Older entrepreneurs have the advantage of being able to tap into wealth of experience and knowledge and how we are looking for good-hearted entrepreneurs to become Seniors Helping Seniors business owners in UK.

Christian Wilse, Seniors Helping Seniors UK

Christian Wilse, Seniors Helping Seniors

59-year-old Christian Wilse launched the UK franchise arm of elderly home care service Seniors Helping Seniors in January 2014, after received funding from The Start Up Loans Company to start the business.

Based in Kent, Wilse’s business helps seniors and their families by offering compassionate, loving care from fellow seniors.

Wilse and his wife have been working full-time for the business ever since launch date. They are the only full-time employees but work with around 100 part-time care providers – on a typical month’s payroll the company will have around 40 working care providers. Due to most of the care providers being retired, they will work around 10-20 hours a week, but the shift patterns are very flexible.

Previously, Wilse spent most of his career as a successful businessman in the media field. He ran a media monitoring company, and set up Tiscali in Norway (where he is originally from), amongst other business ventures.

Additionally, Wilse is actively looking for good-hearted entrepreneurs to become Seniors Helping Seniors business owners.

Pros and cons  worth considering before you invest in a franchise at 50-plus

Making Money Magazine

Making Money Magazine asked us to identify the pros and cons worth considering before you invest in a franchise

Investing in a franchise at 50+

Top 10 Care Award based on client recommendations

May 1st 2017

Seniors Helping Seniors Scoops Top 10 Award

Seniors Helping Seniors has been recognised as a Top 10 Recommended Agency Group in the UK by – The leading UK home care website

Top 10 Award

Seniors Helping Seniors® secured it’s place as one of the Top 10 home care groups in UK after just five years operating in the UK. because clients go out of their way to thank us and  recommend us at every opportunity?

The brand has twenty year’s care experience internationally and launched in Kent in 2013

Seniors Helping Seniors® won the award from the leading guide to home care  The award is based on reviews and the current score is 9.910

Davina Ludlow, director of, said:“Home care agencies, which put compassion, dignity and kindness at the heart of their care, are making a huge difference to people’s lives.

Seniors Helping Seniors® has proved that it provides a high standard of care throughout its organisation and we’d like to congratulate it on being a top home care group! We feel it is a real achievement to be recognised for being one of the Top 10 home care groups in the UK.”


“Looking for the right home care provider can be tough. We hope our awards will help to make people’s search that little bit easier.” 


Christian Wilse head of Seniors Helping Seniors® said:


“A National award is great because it shows how many people we are helping. The elderly people we support are based in Kent and Middlesex currently with more locations coming.   Their families live all over the world and more often than not its the families who take the time to reference what they have found to be special about us, so others know that elderly care can be a great experience.

We are keen to share our unique way of working with anyone who feels they could be ready to make a difference to elderly care in their own locations. There are clients and carers waiting in every town in the county.  We’d particularly like to hear from people who are thinking of starting a business in South East and East England.

Our care model is great fun to run and it’s a lovely business.  I don’t think elderly care and fun are words people would expect in the same sentence these days, but it’s true. 

Everyone involved with Seniors Helping Seniors® says it’s the best job they have ever had. The uniqueness is matching carer to client and ensuring  they have the same values. Ours is a fully managed service.  We ensure our clients are offered flexibility, full support and peace of mind, so if they want to hear a “Yes!” they call us.  A huge thank you to the clients who wrote in about our elderly care services.  This award is a milestone for us” 

Seniors Helping Seniors® impacts in the area of work for older people as well. It is a citizen approach to elderly care where part of the solution to the care problems caused by an ageing population actually lies in the problem itself.  People are living longer and need to work longer.  They want flexible,  responsible and relevant work and they want to feel great doing it.

As a unique opportunity for a potential business owner ,  this is a franchise worth looking into as a valuable use of management and life skills. 90% of Seniors Helping Seniors® franchise owners left the corporate world to start in their home town. A local Care Commissioning Group calls “perfect primary care” because of the impact on keeping well.

The Seniors Helping Seniors Success story

 A subsidiary of the British Business Bank


Start up loans publishes the Seniors Helping Seniors Success story

Start Up loans delivers the Government’s start up loans programme and published the  Seniors Helping Seniors Success story

Highlighting examples of good practice and innovation in the sector

Care Talk


Care Talk Care Industry magazine new national opportunity for innovation in elderly care in-home services 

What rights do people in care have?


November 2016

Choose is a UK price comparison site, focused on helping consumers find the best deal and understand their rights.

Evictions from care homes and families being banned from visiting hit the news in November 2016 and since no one is keeping records of these evictions, Choose asked us to explore what rights people in care have.

They asked us to explain

Helping people gain the control to plan for elderly care and to feel safe and comfortable in their choices



What rights do people in care have? helping people gain the control to plan for elderly care and to feel safe and comfortable in their choices.

What care options are there for people on a budget?



  Choose  asked to write a money feature about care budgets. Looking at elderly care options on a budget and planning ahead to avoid a crisis. What care options are there for people on a budget? how do we ensure access to the elderly care we require, and on a budget that suits us? The key is to start looking before we need to.

Preventing Malnutrition in later life

Malnutrition Task Force


Malnutrition task force is an independent group of experts across health, social care and local government united to address avoidable and preventable malnutrition in older people.  Established in 2012, they aim to share expertise and work with partners in hospitals, care homes, local authorities and private and voluntary organisations.

As part of Carers Week 2016, they asked us for some some suggestions on how to rekindle an interest in food when a loved has one gone off meals or  lost confidence in the kitchen.

Boosting appetite for someone with dementia or a frail appetite    

Activities around mealtimes


Unforgettable The world’s best marketplace for dementia products and services, asked us to talk about how we use slow cooking to encourage those with frail appetites to be interested in mealtimes again.

The whole mealtime experience is one of the most important contributions to an elderly person’s health and happiness. However, if your loved one with dementia is struggling in the kitchen, or not sure what to cook, you may need  some ideas.

Boosting appetite for someone with dementia

Why become a franchisee?

British Franchise Association

21/10/16 The British Franchise Association asked  us to write about our franchisee in Harrow

Care at home service  Seniors Helping Seniors®  expands-its offering to the London borough of Harrow and Northwood

Membership of British Franchise Association


Our listingKey information here

Care Crisis

BBC Special news report


Seniors Helping Seniors®  Special report on BBC South East evening news

In a News segment about the pace of care home closures and the affects to the quality of care, the BBC featured Seniors Helping Seniors® with a special report on the company’s expansion and unique approach. Yvette Austin talked about the new type of care that matches mature carers to clients for in home care.  Focussing on greater understanding and empathy, “clients have someone they can relate to.”  Families who live far away say carer Margaret Plues is  “just what she wants” for their parent Ann Cole and carer Margaret explains what is unique about working for Seniors Helping Seniors®

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Care Crisis

BBC South East


Our services on lunchtime on helping solve the Care Crisis

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Harrow & Northwood in Middlesex, North London


George Demetriou (left) and Christian Wilse signing the agreement 17.03.2016

How do you know if a care company is trust worthy

Web Videos

Care of the elderly is a sector where trust is everything The Web videos team talk about conveying trust through our video

Living Wage Employer

28/8/2015 Living Wage Mark

Seniors Helping Seniors®  accredited with : Accreditation press release_celebrating new employersLW_logo_employer_rgb copy

Celebrating the best care in the UK & Further Afield

Caron Cares

August 2016

  Caron Cares  Advice and information for anyone caring for someone elderly, or someone with dementia

Matching the skills and experience of older people to the needs of the elderly in a relationship focussed partnership

The video below explains how

BBC London News

22/06/2015 – Interview with MP Alistair Burt, trying to answer:                  “Where will the carers come from?”

Awards Wins

BBC Radio

29/05/2015 BBC Radio’s Lembit Opik interviews Christian on our award win

News & Awards 2015:BBC logo

BBC Radio Kent 29/05/2015: Interviewed by Lembit Opik –

Big Venture Challenge Winner

  28/05/2015   Announcement


Small Business – Service Industries


Innovation & Excellence Award

Social Enterprise

National Bronze Winner 2015

2015 –  Social Enterprise (page 99)

How to Age Proof your body:

 National Story: Daily Mail Article


To help keep your mind and memory in good condition, it’s helpful to interact more with other people, whether through a job, voluntary work, standing for election as a councillor or starting a new business such as Seniors Helping Seniors®

Sir Muir Gray – One of Britain’s top doctors and a former Chief of knowledge for the NHS has mentioned us in his article in the Daily Mail (Mail Online)

Planning for Later life

April 2015

Canterbury Index Magazine

Canterbury Index Magazine asked us about planning for later life

Read and download our article in Canterbury Index Magazine, April in pdf Planning for Later life 2015

Hospital discharge Crisis

BBC Radio Kent


BBC Radio’s Julia George discusses hospital discharges with Christian

News & Awards 2014:  BBC Radio Kent 31/07/2014: Call to Julia George

Innovation in Social Enterprise


April 2014

Fast Growth Sustainability Award

“The Judging panel have had the unenviable task of selecting those companies most worthy of one of these prestigious awards and after much deliberation they are pleased to declare Seniors Helping Seniors has been awarded Sustainability Award for Innovation in Social Enterprise.”

Seniors Helping Seniors® is a Fast Growth Award Winner for 2014 for its innovative in-home care service – Read more here

Seniors Helping Seniors® services have been part of a recent (April 2014) research “Pushing Boundaries” by UnLtd who supports Social Enterprises. We are case study no 8 on page 30 – you can download the research here

Planning for Later Life

Annual magazine “Planning for Later Life” on page 46 – You can read an online version here or contact us on 01227 454 900 or send a mail to and we will mail you a copy.

Do you have the heart of a volunteer? Do you or do you know a friend that would like to help and care for others? We are always looking for loving, giving, caring people that are compassionate about others. Contact us  for a friendly conversation or email

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