One of the most demographic changes in Britain and other
rich nations is the growing number of elderly people. People are living longer,
so more and more of us are passing milestones like our 60th, 70th and 80th
birthdays. There are more centenarians alive now than ever before in history
and even at that grand old age people expect to enjoy a healthy and active life
that would once have been impossible.
This demographic revolution has taken place at the same time
as the technological revolution of the internet. And so there are many sites
offering information about the problems – and pleasures – of getting older. One
of the best of these sites is Elderly
Care Advice, and Safe Hands Funeral Plans are very pleased and proud to
announce that we are teaming with E.C.A. to further expand and improve the
service we offer to our clients and customers.
Elderly Care Advice has the endorsement of Martha Lane Fox,
Joan Bakewell and Ann Widdecombe. It is dedicated to providing up-to-minute
advice and news on any and every topic that can help sons and daughters to
improve and enhance the lives of their parents. From healthy eating and home
insulation to smoke alarms and mental health – if it’s relevant to the older
generation, Elderly Care Advice offers full and friendly information in a way
that easy to understand and use.
Old age doesn’t just present challenges: it can also provide
opportunities to try new activities and explore new ways of living. Elderly
Care Advice is there to help people manage the challenges of age and exploit
the opportunities. It’s an excellent site and an excellent partner for Safe
Hands Funeral Plans.