This March we look at how UK call handlers saved a woman in Canada, a man with four kidneys, and how teenagers helped a man in need.
In this month’s news roundup, we look at Wales Univeral basic income trial, the BRITS 2021, and the lost Torlonia Marbles. Find out more here..
From the new ‘rule of six’ to the first West End musical to open its doors since lockdown, Telecare is bring you this month’s top news stories. Read now.
The government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme seems to be a roaring success so far, but how exactly does it work? We’ve got all the answers on the blog.
In this month’s Telecare news roundup, we’ll be discussing the remarkable life of Dame Vera Lynn, the health benefits of volunteering, and much more.
This week we look at the positive impact of keeping fit over the age of 60. We showcase some candid images captured by photographer Mike Goldwater of London Underground passengers between 1970-1980 and honour Yvette Lundy, a French Resistance member and concentration Read More
In this week’s news round-up we discover that having an optimistic outlook could mean you are more likely to live longer. Whilst the Abbeyfield Society is looking for two former schoolgirls who contacted an 80-year-old living in their London home 60 years Read More
In this weeks news article it’s been highlighted that just a little exercise can help to improve our lifespan as we get older.
In the news this week it has been announced that we have 12 years to act on climate change before the world is drastically changed.