Journey With Me Too : https://journeywithmetoo.wordpress.com/ “One woman’s journey within, towards the future and around Europe.” Debbie King’s blog.
AgeEsteem : http://www.ageesteem.com/about-ageesteem/ Age Esteem envisions a world where age and aging are celebrated and people of all ages are recognized as important, contributing members of society.
University of the Third Age : You can check out U3A on these sites and many others around the world : u3a.org.uk/ u3a.org.uk-worldwide-lifelong-learning-links Virtual U3A
The Wheel of Wellbeing “WOW” : This site describes the factors can contribute to wellbeing as being like the spokes on a wheel, a Wheel Of Wellbeing (hence WOW). The 6 factors we need to pay attention to are: Body Mind Spirit People Places and Planet. www.wheelofwellbeing.org
Now Teach : the UK charity helping older people into a teaching career : http://nowteach.org.uk/
Lifelong learning : free courses on www.futurelearn.com
The American media site Next Avenue, a “journalism service for America’s booming older population which aims to meet the needs and unleash the potential of older Americans through the power of media”. http://www.nextavenue.org/
TED talk by psychologist Laura Carstensen entitled : Older people are happier. TED talk Laura Carstensen shows research that demonstrates that as people get older they become happier, more content, and have a more positive outlook on the world.
Links to an American organisation that gives advice and help on cancer – particularly caused by exposure to Asbestos. The website includes a Seniors Guide to Cancer. See : About Us – The Mesothelioma Center at Asbestos.com and asbestos.com/cancer/senior-cancer-guide