Ageing with Optimism

Welcome to the agequake

If you reach the age of 65 your life expectancy is 86 for a man and 89 for a woman. In 1900, life expectancy was 51. If you were born in 2007 it is 103. We are all living longer. At 60 you have a lot of life left!

We can help you get the very best out of growing old

We provide free health tips to help you stay fit and active – and ideas on how to have more fun and grow old disgracefully.
Our specialist services also include:
  • Legal advice: wills, probate, power of attorney, inheritance tax advice and more.
  • Funerals with a difference – personalised to celebrate the life of your loved one.
  • Support if you’re facing dementia.
  • Help in discussing end of life issues.

Enjoy life for what you can do and worry less about what you can't.

Get in touch to find out what we can do for you.

Optimists live longer

Optimists Live Longer
Having an optimistic outlook on life helps you stay healthy in old age.

A recent study by University College London has shown that staying happy and enjoying life is the key to good health in old age. Happy people show a slower decline in physical function as they age. They walk faster and are more physically active. Their risk of heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes and arthritis is reduced by half.

"Our results provide further evidence that enjoyment of life is relevant to the future disability and mobility of older people" said Dr. Andrew Steptoe
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