Age UK have information and advice as to how to prepare emotionally for retirement.
More information in respect of planning your retirement is also available from the Age UK website.
British Heart Foundation offers 20 tips for a happy retirement.
Mental Health Foundation offers advice about how to look after your mental health in later life.
For information about getting the right care, the first time, please visit the City of York Council website.
For information about Health and treatments, there is an A–Z list available at the NHS Choices website.
York Integrated Care Team
The York Integrated Care Team (YICT) has been developed in partnership with local stakeholders to support ten GP practices based in the City of York. The YICT helps keep people out of hospital and independent for longer by working directly with each individual to see if appropriate alternative solutions can be found. It offers continuous review and support which ensures that patients are optimised to stay at home. The team is made up of GPs, Nurses, Social Workers, Occupational Therapists, Paramedics, Carers and Care Coordinators. Referral to the team must come from a qualified health care professional such as a GP. Furthermore patients must be aged over eighteen years old and attend one of the following GP practices: Priory Medical Group, York Medical Group, Haxby Group, Old School Medical, Front Street, Dalton Terrace, Unity Health, Myhealth, East Parade or Jorvik Gillygate.
York Integrated Care Team,
Tang Hall Lane Surgery,
190 Tang Hall Lane,
Age UK offers advice about finances in later life, you can find this information on the Age UK website.
Last reviewed: 27/11/2018
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